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and is done by pouring water from a vessel twice (some say 3 times) over each hand in turn making
the special blessing which appears next in the Haggadah. Between this blessing and the two which we
make next, one over the Matzah as bread and one which we make only on the Seder night on eating
Matzah in accordance with the commandment to eat Matzah, there should not be any distraction such
as talking or untoward or unnecessary gesturing WASHING THE HANDS
Prior to the meal we now wash our hands and say the following. Between washing
the hands and making the blessing we may not be distracted by speaking etc.
Blessed are You O Lord our God, King of the Universe who has made us Holy with
His commandments and commanded us concerning the washing of the hands. 67 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins THE BLESSING ON (matzah as) BREAD
The person who is conducting the Seder, picks up the Matzah and makes the following two
blessings, the first is the usual one we m...
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