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This destruction of the Temple was a significant event in Jewish history, but it doesn’t seem to have any personal relevance to me. What does a destroyed building have to do with my wedding?
When two people unite for a common higher cause, then they transcend the differences between them and become one...
The secret to a successful relationship
Learning to accept (yours and others’) imperfections, flaws and deficiencies.
Why does the bride walk around the groom beneath the Chupah?
G‑d commanded the Israelites to walk around the walls of Jericho seven times; the walls came tumbling down and they were able to conquer the city. Try this at home with your husband
Let’s shed some light on the reasons for these candles, as well as why the bride and groom are each escorted with two candles.
Why does the bride walk in a circle around the groom? Why do we specifically use a ring in the ceremony? Read the answers to some interesting wedding related questions.
The chuppah is a tapestry attached to the tops of four poles. The word chuppah means covering or protection, and is intended as a roof or covering for the bride and groom at their wedding. The chuppah is not merely a charming folk custom, a ceremonial obj...
The rules and customs regarding who is eligible to escort the bride and groom to the chupah.
A checklist with all the traditional honors meted out during the course of a Jewish wedding.
All participants at the chuppah should stand, except the infirm and the aged. Some even hold that everyone at the wedding should stand either because of the reference to sanctity, ke'dushah (as one stands during the ke'dushah prayers during a religious se...
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