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Healing & Hard Times. Hard times are inevitable. But support and healing are available in many forms. Rituals—from mikveh to meditation—can help us move from darkness to light.

“Comfort, comfort My people, nachamu nachamu ami” (Isaiah 40:1). The prophet Isaiah offered these simple but profound words from God to the Jewish people after the Temple was destroyed and all hope seemed lost. For Isaiah, comfort existed in the belief that a better day was coming and in the certainty that good would triumph over evil. Today, many of us struggle to find meaning during illness, death, divorce, violence, and even natural disasters. While we may long for something as unwavering as Isaiah’s faith, few of us have that. So we search for tools to help us confront the truth of hardship and begin the process of healing. If we withdraw into our own private pain, ritual has the power to pull us out. It connects us with community—however large or small—and provides us with the hope, love, and wisdom others can offer. As we build new rituals for healing and hard times, Isaiah’s ancient words remind us that we can find great comfort among people and in actions that support and soothe, even if they don’t solve.


Hanukkah Sale!

Welcome the holiday of lights and support Jewish artists with your purchase of these unique Jewish products! Your purchase also helps to support the work of Ritualwell. Hag Sameakh!

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Ritualwell Simkhah Cards
Greeting cards for any celebration featuring vibrant hamsa design

Malachim Jewish Angel Cards
Each of these beautiful artistic cards features a blessing

Evil Eye Ward Amulet
Kabbalistic good luck charm

Jewish Kids Blessing Art
Handmade watercolor painting with children’s blessing

The Four Angels Fine Art Print
Invoke the protective power of angels with this stunning print