The Passover Seder
We bless the wine,Then wash our hands.
We remember the tears of our ancestors,
as we break the matza held in the hands of the Jews.
We tell the story of how we were slaves, and now free,
and once again wash our hands.
We bless the Matza,
and eat the same unleavened bread that had once been eaten by our ancestors in Egypt.
We suffer through the bitter herbs,
then bring together the ingredients that created our history.
At last we eat a meal,
and hide desert, to be found by the future generations.
We thank God for the food he provides us with,
and thank him for our freedom, and faith.
We sing songs of joy, and happiness,
celebrating our past, and the hope of our future.
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