As a person of the Jewish faith, it is a monumentous occasion when you get your first kippah and get it fitted. Picking just the right kippah, making sure it fits your skull and then finding the right kippah clips to make it stay put are all part of the process. As you look forward to this special moment in the observation of your faith, here are the steps involved in your first kippah fitting and what you can expect.
Religious statues can be successfully used as focal points in a private residential garden. Statues of religious entities can add meaning and solemnity to a garden setting. If you have a garden on your residential property, you can create a meditative area for reflection and prayer that is steps away from your home. Here are some specific areas where religious statues can be appropriately displayed in a residential garden:
Garden Grotto - A large stone grotto can be built in a quiet area of your residential garden and used to display a religious statue.