Issue 7.4: Freedom

The first documented Jewish child to grapple with the nature of freedom did not do so through the luxuries of the “question-and-answer” style that typify the Seder night.  The child, Moshe, is born into a world of slavery, cast away by his parents at a young age, and raised in a foreigner’s home.  Though Moshe’s interactions with his new “Egyptian” family are not recorded in the Torah, one can