Rabbi Gamliel would say, that those who do not make mention of 3 things at the Passover Feast have not done their duty, namely 1. Paschal Sacrifice 2. Matzoh 3. Bitter Herbs.

(Show the Shankbone)

 The Paschal Lamb, which our ancestors ate during the existence of the Temple - why was it eaten? Because the Blessed Omnipresent, passed over the houses of our ancestors in Egypt.

(Show the Matzah)

This matzoh which we now eat, what does it mean?  It is eaten because the dough of our ancestors did not have time to become leavened, before the supreme Monarch of monarchs, the Blessed Most Holy One was revealed to them and redeemed them. 

(Show the bitter herb)

This bitter herb which we eat, what does it mean? It is eaten because the Egyptians embittered the lived of our ancestors in Egypt with hard enslavement, forcing them to work with mortar and bricks and to carry out all kinds of work in the field. All the labor was harsh. 

In every generation, each human must hold the awareness of having PERSONALLY exited Egypt as it is said, "And you will relate to your child on that day that this is on account of what the Eternal did for me, when I went out of Egypt." 

Therefore we are obligated to thank, praise, laud, glorify, extol, honour, bless, exalt, and reverence the holy one, Blessed be Them, Who performed all these miracles for our ancestors and therefore for us! You brought us from slavery to freedom, from sorrow to joy, from mourning to festivity, from darkness to light and from servitude to redemption! Let us therefore sing a new song! HALLELUJAH!

haggadah Section: -- Cup #2 & Dayenu