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Latest Rituals

“Imagine Moses / leading the slaves out of Egypt on Zoom…”
a seder plate
Joanie Calem’s song shares about the experience of sensory overwhelm
a child covers his eyes
Joanie Calem shares music about disability inclusion.
an image of people with disabilities and non-disabled people enjoying a park
“What a world, what a world, full of every kind of thinking / Where we were never even meant to be the same….”
swirling colors of a galaxy
This blessing honors the soul present inside every human.
a silhouette of people holding hands including someone in a wheelchair
“Blessed is God, Ruler of the Universe, who created people with disabilities in Your image. / Blessed is God, who cherishes disabled lives and desires that they flourish and thrive.”
a whte-skinned woman sits in a wheelcahr and fold her hands in prayer

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