Kiddush Ha’Chayim–Sanctifying Life: A Siddur for Nontheistic and Humanistic Jews

Unlike the previous humanist siddur that I shared here, this is something that I mostly wrote myself (with some exceptions and properly attributed to their creators). This can be printed on standard computer paper and put in a thin 3-ring binder or at your local print shop and spiral bound by them (which is what I did). Any fault in the Hebrew translations are my own because, quite frankly, I’m not very good at Hebrew.
The essays are my reflections on Humanistic Judaism and an explanation for why the siddur is the way it is, but they aren’t strictly necessary. The statement of principles from IFSHJ is meant to replace the 13 ikkarim, although admittedly out of place when compared to a traditional prayer service.
Anyway, I hope some of you like it, and feedback is welcome.

Kiddush Hachayim Sanctifying Life-updated

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