The prophet Isaiah said: They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation shall not take up sword against nation, they shall never again know war. But they shall sit every one under their vines and fig trees, and none shall make them afraid.

Group sings:

Lo yisa goy el goy cherev. Lo yil'medu od milchamah.(x2)

The swords have not yet been put aside, and the time of the plowshare and the pruning hooks is still to come. But the journey has begun.

Group says:

B'rucha ha-a-retz, b'rucha ha-she-mesh, ba-ruch ha-ge-shem, ha-bo-reem p'ree ha-ga-fen.
Blessed be the earth, the sun, and the rain, which bring forth the fruit of the vine.

[Drink third cup of wine.]

Group sings:

Hine mah tov u-ma-nayim shevet amim gam yakhad.
How good and pleasing it is when people can sit together in unity.

haggadah Section: Bareich
Source: Adapted from Alida Liberman and Kahal B’raira's "Humanistic Blessings"