After a meal - be thankful! (This prayer is prayed after all meals to show our appreciation for Hashem's provision in our lives. This is the full version - certain sections are only added on a Shabbat or Yom Tov.)
If I forget you, o Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill. Let my tongue cling to my palate if I fail to recall you, if I fail to elevate Jerusalem above my foremost joy. May my mouth declare the praise of Hashem and may all flesh bless His Holy Name forever, Halleluyah! Give thanks to Hashem for He is good, His kindness endures forever. Who can express the mighty acts of Hashem? Who can declare all His praise? Blessed are You, Hashem our God, King of the universe, Who nourishes the entire world, in His goodness – with grace, with kindness and with mercy. He gives nourishment to all flesh, for His kindness is eternal, and through His great goodness, we have never lacked, and may we never lack, nourishment for all eternity. For the sake of His Great Name, because He is God Who nourishes and sustains all, and benefits all, and He prepares food for all of His creatures which He has created. Blessed are You, Hashem, Who nourishes all. We thank You, Hashem, our God, because You have given to our forefathers as a heritage, a desirable, good, and spacious land; because You took us, Hashem, our God, from the land of Egypt and You redeemed us from the house of bondage; for Your covenant which You sealed in our flesh; for Your Torah which You taught us and for Your statutes which You made known to us; for life, grace, and loving kindness which You granted us; and for the provision of food with which You nourish and sustain us constantly, in every day, in every season, and in every hour. For all, Hashem, our God, we thank You and bless You. May Your Name be blessed by the mouth of all the living, continuously for all eternity. As it is written: “And you shall eat and you shall be satisfied and you shall bless Hashem, your God, for the good Land which He gave you.” Blessed are You, Hashem, for the land and for the nourishment. Have mercy Hashem, our God, on Israel, Your people; on Jerusalem, Your city; on Zion, the resting place of Your Glory; on the monarchy of the House of David, Your anointed; and on the great and holy House upon which Your Name is called. Our God, Our Father – tend us, nourish us, sustain us, support us, relieve us; Hashem, our God, grant us speedy relief from all our troubles. Please make us not need – Hashem, our God - the gifts of human hands nor their loans, but only fro Your Hand that is full, open, holy, and generous, that we not feel inner shame nor be humiliated for ever and ever. Rebuild Jerusalem, the Holy City, soon in our days. Blessed are You, Hashem, Who rebuilds Jerusalem in His mercy. Amen. Blessed are You, Hashem, our God, King of the universe, the Almighty, our Father, our King, our Sovereign, our Creator, our Redeemer, our Maker, our Holy One, Holy One of Jacob, our Shepherd, the Shepherd of Israel, the King Who is good and Who does good for all. For every single day He did good, He does good, and He will do good to us. He was bountiful with us, He is bountiful with us, and He will forever be bountiful with us – with grace and with kindness and with mercy, with relief, salvation, blessing, help, consolation, sustenance, support, mercy, life, peace, and all good; and of all good things may He never deprive us. The Compassionate One! May He reign over us forever. The Compassionate One! May He be blessed in heaven and on earth. The Compassionate One! May He be praised throughout all generations, may He be glorified through us forever to the ultimate ends, and be honoured through us forever and for all eternity. The Compassionate One! May He sustain us in honour. The Compassionate One! May He break the yoke of oppression from our necks and guide us erect to our Land. The Compassionate One! May He send us abundant blessing to this house and to this table at which we have eaten. The Compassionate One! May He send us Elijah, the Prophet – he is remembered for good – to announce to us good news, salvations, and consolations. The Compassionate One, may He bless me, my wife, my children and all that is mine. Ours and all that is ours – just as our forefathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were blessed in everything, with everything. So may He bless us all together with a perfect blessing. And let us say: Amen! On high, may merit be found for our children and for us as a safeguard of peace. May we receive a blessing from Hashem and just kindness from the God of our salvation, and find favour and good understanding in the eyes of God and man. The Compassionate One! May He make us worthy of the days of Messiah and the life of the World to Come. He Who is a tower of salvations to His king and does kindness for His anointed, to David, and to his descendants forever. He Who makes peace in His heights, may He make peace upon us and upon all Israel. Now respond: Amen! Fear Hashem, you – His holy ones – for there is no deprivation for His reverent ones. Young lions may want and hunger, but those who seek Hashem will not lack any good. Give thanks to Hashem for He is good; His kindness endures forever. You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. Blessed is the man who trusts in Hashem, then Hashem will be his security. I was a youth and also have aged, and I have not seen a righteous man forsaken, with his children begging for bread. Hashem will give might to His people; Hashem will bless His people with peace. Say: "Amen"