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by Cyd Weissman
September 7, 2022
Wearing My Scars Proudly: On Creating a Mikveh Ceremony for a Double Mascectomy
By Eli Deush K.
June 4, 2019
It was important to me to say goodbye to my old body ... taking a vow to wear my scars proudly. 
By Ritualwell
March 13, 2018
Crafty inspiration for designing your own Omer Counter!
Call for Submissions: Father's Day
By Ritualwell
May 21, 2017
Ritualwell invites you to submit new content related to Father’s Day. We are seeking guest blog posts, rituals, poems, prayers, songs… whatever you can imagine. For some specific ideas, see below. - Reflections on masculinity and gender identity connected to fatherhood - Beyond the necktie: non-material or unusual gifts for fathers - Developing compassion for one’s father as one becomes an adult - Who is the ideal Jewish father? From the Bible and beyond
The Shul/Church Project: An Interview with Zoë Cohen
By Ritualwell
October 31, 2016
I don't consider artistic creation to be any more spiritual than any other creative endeavor... cooking, writing, cleaning, singing, and child-rearing.
Call for Submissions: Jewish Interfaith Connections
By Ritualwell
October 8, 2015
We welcome your submissions on Jewish interfaith connections, in honor of Interfaith Family month.
The Promise of Spring
February 17, 2012
Everything you add to our site increases the resources available to like minded people searching for innovative Jewish ritual to mark meaningful occasions. We are grateful to those of you have contributed, and encourage all of you to take part. 

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