Two years ago, we found ourselves thrown into a new reality. Passover, a time of gathering indoors with our friends and family to remember and relive our Exodus, became off-limits. To gather inside, meant to risk our health and the health of those we love. A long and arduous two years later, with some restrictions lifted, but with limitations still in place, we are still pondering: What does it mean to be free? What is the relationship between freedom and responsibility? And with our newfound exploration of freedom, how do we relate differently to the story of Passover?