Graduation

Whether from college, high school, or even kindergarten or pre-school, graduation marks a liminal moment in our lives. A graduate is on the threshold, poised between past accomplishments and the possibilities that lie ahead. We invite you to use these resources to enhance this precious and fleeting moment.

 

Latest Rituals

person climbing hill in sandy desert with footsteps behind them and bright blue sky with white clouds above
“May you know your bounty”
tree in the center of image with light shining through, woman dancing to the right, wearing a gauzy white dress that's blowing as she dances with her hands outstretched. she has brown hair and light or olive skin.
“We praise you, Shekhinah, / who has given us life”
purple flowers with a banner reading brucha at bayta diamond

“Your birthright renews every breath”

Tomorrow
“Learning from the book of humanity …”
We Dream the Dream
A poem acknowledging we each have divine gifts.
For Sharing Divine Gifts

A ritual for saying goodbye to a sacred text or person

Goodbye Ritual

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Count On Telling Your Story: A Ritualwell In-Person Immersion

Join us for Count On Telling Your Story: A Ritualwell In-Person Immersion on Sunday, June 9th. Mix and mingle with old and new friends, enjoy delicious kosher-vegetarian food and engage in a variety of creative, thought-provoking sessions exploring rituals, writing, and art.

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