Blessing After Eating the Seder Meal


All who sit around this table:
Friends and Strangers,
Those who remember and those who are remembered
On this Pesakh,
Who have shared such a fine meal
And such a fine story,
We take this moment to acknowledge
How blessed we are
And in our turn, we bless:

Blessed be the eaters and the eaten,
Blessed be the feeders and the fed.
Blessed be the cooks and the meal,
Blessed be the drinkers and the winemakers..
Blessed be the vegetables and the farmers,
Blessed be the matzah and the baker.
Blessed be them all.

Blessed be the questioners and the questioned,
Blessed be the musicians and the songs.
Blessed the comics and the jokes,
Blessed be the artists and the illustrations.
Blessed be the maggid and the stories,
Blessed be the rabbis and the learning.
Blessed be them all.

Blessed be the doers and the done upon,
Blessed be the freers and the freed.
Blessed be the leaders and the led,
Blessed be the tellers and the told,
Blessed be the prayers and the prayed for,
Blessed be the servers and the served.
Blessed be them alll.

Blessing us,  One-ness
With the biggest and the smallest of blessings
And
Blessing the One-ness
With the biggest and smallest of our gratitudes,
All who sit around this table,
All who ate this wonderful meal,
Friends and Strangers,
Those who remember and those who are remembered,
On this Pesakh
We give thanks.

Amen 

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