Robyn Spizman Gerson’s 2022 Passover Message

Robyn Spizman Gerson’s 2022 Passover Message

Robyn Spizman Gerson shares her inspiration and thoughts on this year's Passover holiday with the community.

Robyn Spizman Gerson is a New York Times best-selling author of many books, including “When Words Matter Most.” She is also a communications professional and well-known media personality, having appeared often locally on “Atlanta and Company” and nationally on NBC’s “Today” show. For more information go to

Robyn Spizman Gerson
Robyn Spizman Gerson

When asked to share a few words, the phrase, “Are we there yet?” popped into my mind. Like a child anxiously awaiting a destination in a long car ride, we understand as adults the time it takes for any journey. When it comes to life, the ultimate journey, it’s similar in nature.

We want to arrive and reach outcomes that serve humanity.

While we enter in a less COVID intensive Passover this year, we might say we are almost there as we gather together. However, when I think about all of our loved ones and family members whose journeys are still challenging, along with the war and so many innocent lives lost, we are clearly not there yet. The journey is still a difficult one, though progress is certainly on the horizon.

This year, I pray for the world and for Ukraine and that our destination of peace, health and goodwill amongst all will come to fruition. As Passover arrives, we will gather with hope, empathy, kindness and pray for less suffering worldwide. Only then will we have reached our destiny. For now, we must do all we can and work towards a better world for our children and generations to come.

Robyn Spizman Gerson is a New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 books. Her career in the media has spanned more than three decades on television and various media outlets.

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