Honoring Tradition: Celebrating Passover with Unity and Gratitude

Today marks the beginning of Passover, a cherished Jewish holiday steeped in tradition and symbolism. As we embark on this sacred journey, we pause to reflect on the enduring heritage and rich customs that define this auspicious occasion.

Passover, also known as Pesach, holds profound significance for Jewish communities worldwide. It commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt, as recounted in the Exodus story. The rituals of Passover, from the symbolic Seder plate to the retelling of the Exodus narrative, serve as poignant reminders of perseverance, faith, and the pursuit of freedom.

At Luminus, we embrace the principles of diversity and inclusivity that lie at the heart of our community. As we celebrate Passover, we stand in solidarity with our Jewish friends, colleagues, and neighbors, honoring their traditions and values.

As we extend our warmest wishes for a Chag Sameach, we invite you to join us in commemorating the beauty and significance of Passover. May this season be filled with blessings, please, love, and moments of profound reflection.

Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous and meaningful Passover celebration.

Chag Sameach!

Luminus Celebrates National Volunteer Month: Honoring the Heart of Service

As April unfolds, so does the spirit of giving and gratitude. At Luminus, we’re deeply thankful for the incredible volunteers who fuel our mission of compassion and community support. This National Volunteer Month, we’re shining a bright spotlight on the remarkable individuals who dedicate their time, energy, and hearts to making a difference in the lives of others.

Today, we honor Ms. Gayle, Jay Green, Leslie Ebert, and Madiha Rahimi for their outstanding contributions.

Ms. Gayle’s dedication to giving back stems from a profound sense of faith and abundance. Her words, “I volunteer because I like to give to others. I have plenty and my faith drives me to share that,” resonate deeply with the essence of National Volunteer Month.

Jay Green & Leslie Ebert stand out as champions of hope through their initiative, “More than Hope,” offering support and solidarity to refugees and asylum seekers. Their unwavering dedication mirrors our own mission at Luminus.

Within our Luminus family, Madiha Rahimi illuminates the path towards unity and cultural exchange. As a commissioner within the Asian American & Pacific Islander Commission of Howard County, Madiha fosters connections and organizes enriching cultural events, inspiring us all with her words of unity and courage.

As we conclude our National Volunteer Month series, we invite you to join us in embracing the power of service and spreading positivity. Let’s continue to serve together, spreading kindness and making a tangible difference in the lives of others. Thank you for embodying the true spirit of volunteerism. Together, we shine brighter.

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