As Rachel welcomed strangers at the well with water, so do we welcome each other to this Seder by washing the hands of those at our table. Tonight, as we ritually wash each other’s hands, let us cleanse ourselves not of dirt, but of lies and attachments. Each person in turn pours a little water over the hands of the person to the left, into the bowl. As the water is poured, think of a personal challenge in your life. Imagine the water carrying it away. As you say what you visualize flowing out with the water, everyone else says:

“Let It Go”

haggadah Section: Urchatz
Source: Haggadah for Jews and Buddhists