Sundown this evening marks the beginning of a very important meal. Seder is a dinner prepared and shared by families of the Jewish faith the world over. This meal is the traditional way to begin their week-long observance of Passover. It is a meal celebrated, yet ritualistically lived again, in honor of their ancestors from the Old Testament. Those Hebrews who were held in the harsh and cruel bonds of slavery. They made their Exodus from Egypt and wandered forty years in the desert, to reach the Promised Land. But they were free people!