by Riv-Ellen Prell

…And An Anthropologist Says…

One of the things that strikes me powerfully about these two rituals — and these rituals are deeply moving to me — is how different they are from rituals that were created in the 1970’s and 1980s. Then, when we chose to “own” rituals by creating versions that experimented with our own voices in the tradition, we tended to focus on Shabbat, on weddings and on births.

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Into the Future with the Rituals From Our Past

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A Midwife’s Kaddish

by Diane Solomon