How do you remember an event when you never experienced it yourself?
Judaism has many examples of how we take on the memory of past events and recall them as if we had lived through them. On Passover, for example, we recite "MY father went down to Egypt and was enslaved there." In the same way, Middle and Upper School students gathered this week to think about how the story of 9/11 is THEIR story. Through song, poetry, video, and personal reflection, students and staff were challenged to expand the circle of both what affects them as well as what they have the power to positively affect as well.