LEADER: (Distributes pieces of green vegetable, such as parsley, lettuce, or watercress to all assembled, and says:) The third ceremony is partaking of the Karpas. We now dip this green fruit of the earth into salt water, as we recite together. (Waits for assembled to take and dip vegetable.)
ASSEMBLED: In partaking of this fruit of the earth, We give thanks for all Earth’s bounties. We also recall that our ancestors were tillers of the soil, who were ever grateful for the earth's produce. In tasting of the salt water, we are asked to remember the tears that our ancestors shed while suffering the tortures of slavery. May our gratitude for the blessings that we enjoy help to soften the pain of sorrow, and convert tears to joy and appreciation
BO-RUCH A-TOH A-DO-NOY, E-LO-HAY-NOO ME-LECH HO-O-LOM, IBO-RAY PREE HO-A-DO-MOH.
Blessed art Thou, O Monarch our God, of the universe, Who createst the fruit of the earth. (The vegetable is eaten)
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