Long ago, at this season, a people -- our people -- set our on a journey. On such a night as this, Israel went forth from degradation to joy. We give thanks for the liberations of days gone by, and we pray for all who are still bound. Eternal God, may all who hunger come to rejoice in a new Passover. Let all the human family sit at Your table, drink the wine of deliverance, and eat the bread of freedom.

Read responsively:

Freedom from bondage
and freedom from oppression,

freedom from hunger
and freedom from want,

freedom from hatred
and freedom from fear,

freedom to think
and freedom to speak

freedom to teach
and freedom to learn,

freedom to love
and freedom to share,

freedom to hope
and freedom to rejoice,

soon, in our days,

haggadah Section: Maggid - Beginning
Source: Gates of Freedom : a Passover Haggadah