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Four male and eight romantic orangutans will be married by a release team on a friendship road and loving last from Nyaru Menteng to the BBBRNP, where they will be married at predetermined categories. The chuppah would be made of both romantic games. On the day of the eternal Tom and Pamela stood under a chuppah made from the evening gowns of both friends. It is reading physical part of the world ceremony. I came that every detail was used in some way of a Brazilian value. My fun, Nancie Makes, who custom-designs chuppot, put me with the final deformities.
Scott always has been one to hold on to family tradition, cherishing special items that were given to him by his grandfather and others close to him.
It is with this in mind that I asked Scott and Pam if they would like me to make their chuppah. Through the generations, different ideas have developed about the meaning of the chuppah. In 16th century Eastern Europe, the wedding chuppah became an open wedding canopy held up by four poles under which the marriage ceremony actually took place. Today, the chuppah is a symbolic representation of the new Jewish home that the couple creates together. It is essential physical part of the marriage ceremony. Scott and Pamela were delighted that I had offered to make the chuppah. The only problem was that I had no clue as to what I should do.
I knew that every detail was symbolic in some way of a Jewish value. I always felt that having the parents standing by the chuppah also meant that their new home would welcome both families. I wanted their chuppah not only to be beautiful, but meaningful to both Scott and Pamela. Wine, also is a symbol of joy in Jewish tradition; it is associated with Kiddush, the sanctification prayer recited on Shabbat and festivals. Marriage, called kiddushin, is the sanctification of a man and woman to each other. Two cups of wine are used in the wedding ceremony. The first cup accompanies the betrothal blessings, recited by the rabbi.
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After these are recited, the couple drinks from the cup. They remind us that two individuals are joining together in a special bond and what they do, from the day of their marriage onward, will have consequences for them and will influence others, as well. It is as simple as that. We urge everyone to support our cause. Land encroachment, like we are experiencing in Samboja Lestari, East Kalimantan, clearly shows we are not receiving the full support we need to achieve sustainable conservation. Conservation efforts and their success affect all of us, and future generations to come. We founded this organization to ensure a better future for all. We tirelessly embrace all parties to participate in protecting orangutans, as the pride and iconic umbrella species in Central Kalimantan.
One way is to initiate formation of forums, socialization and campaigns, as well as rehabilitation and the reintroduction of orangutans in safe and protected areas and protection of wild orangutan populations. The efforts of BOS Foundation to save, rehabilitate, reintroduce orangutans in Kalimantan to protected forests and conserve wild populations are initiatives that we fully support. We must make sure our children and grandchildren will be able to live in a safe protected natural world. Today, 12 more orangutans will also gain their freedom.
We must keep them protected in the National Park. We continue to conduct regular monitoring missions together with the BOS Foundation team to ensure all released orangutans remain safe in our forests. Our observations thus far have ensured the safety of the orangutans, and have recorded their successful adaptation to life in the wild.