Tonight, in every Jewish home the scene will be similar. The Seder table is set with wine, matzah and all the special items on the Seder plate and everyone is following along in the Haggadah. But while all of us will be doing the exact same 15 step of the Seder, what each of us will take away from the Seder will be very personal.
The Rabbi of Chernobyle had a special custom at his Pesach seder. During the year he would record in a notebook personal miracles, as they happened to him. Then, on the Seder night, after reading the Haggadah, he would read from this notebook and share these miracles with his family and guests. He showed them that the seder night is a time to express gratitude to G-d for all His kindnesses to the Jewish nation - but not just long ago in Egypt...but to each of us personally right up to this very day.
(from Reachings By Rabbi Yaacov Haber)
As you prepare for your seder, think about how you can personalize the experience. Seize the opportunity to connect more deeply and spiritually with your family and friends at your Seder table, with the Jewish People, and, most significantly, with G-d.
With best wishes for a Chag Kasher V'Sameach,