“Among the many prayers and traditions for the Passover seder, there is one song that is both a crowd favorite, and a work of theological genius. It’s a song that is more than a thousand years old, passed down generation to generation. The song has fifteen stanzas, each recounting one of God’s mighty acts, and each ending with the same Hebrew word, Dayenu.
On a night when we pile on the symbolism and meaning, we must not lose sight of the message Jesus was trying to get across to his disciples in that last conversation together:
To love one another.
Because without love, nothing else matters.