Faith in Stone

I’m not a religious person.

But I do believe in something higher than humans out there.

I do believe in traditions.

And I do respect religion.

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My wife and I recently had a Hebrew naming ceremony for our daughter Layla.

Instead of joining a temple and hold it there, we asked a Chabad Rabbi to come to her party and do an informal, more laid back ceremony.

The Rabbi invited our family to attend a Saturday morning service at the Chabad House, so we did.

It was a nice experience, and what we believe is a start of a new tradition in our family.  Namely, informal ceremonies that are more personal and more enjoyable to the standard religious ceremonies.

I know this photo has nothing to do with Judaism, but I thought it fit nicely as it is a faith style photo.

The sculpture you see is from the grounds at Duke Farms.

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Nice photo, Scott. I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who takes photos of random statues (there are tons of interesting ones in Japan!)

    1. Thanks man. I don’t normally do that, but sometimes the statues are too amazing to skip.

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