When you go to Temple, you want to put on your yarmulke with no frills and no fuss. Unless it is one of the high Jewish holidays where a little extra adornment may be appropriate, you just want to go unadorned. If this sounds like you, here are some kippah-clip options for less money than what a good loaf of challah bread costs.
Bobby Pins from a Dollar Store
Walk into any dollar store, and you are bound to find a full card of bobby pins for a buck.
Is your mother-in-law a devout Catholic and you are not? If so, you may have come at odds with her at some point, or perhaps you are both amicable and respectful of each other's religious belief; however, you may have a desire to show compassion and love towards your mother-in-law. Despite your efforts, you may feel as though your differences in your faith are interfering with you bonding with her. The following are some examples of ways that you can attempt to bridge religious gaps and form better familial bonds with your husband's mother.
Whether you want to hang one or a dozen, you may struggle with deciding where to hang a wall crucifix in your home. The short answer is that you can hang your crucifix wherever you'd like. But that answer still leaves a ton of options.
There Are No Rules
Unlike an emblem such as a state or country flag, there are generally no absolute rules governing the hanging of a crucifix.
People wear jewelry for a number of different reasons. Some will wear it because it is in style and they like the way it looks. Some people will wear jewelry because it serves a purpose, such as a watch. Some people wear jewelry because it was a gift from a loved one who they want to remember, and it means something to them.
In many different religions, jewelry and other items are symbols that represent beliefs.