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While there is an abundance of Humanistic Jewish liturgical materials if one knows where to look, until now there has not been a cohesive siddur for Humanistic Jews. The Jewish Humanist Siddur is a resource for non-theistic Jews who wish to maintain a connection to the traditional structure and themes of Jewish prayer without having to say words they do not believe. This original work contains poetic and prose blessings, reflections, and meditations for weekdays, shabbat, and some holidays. The Jewish Humanist Siddur contains sections for: Morning Blessings, Shabbat and Holiday Candles, Kiddush and Hamotzi, Preliminary Songs and Meditations, Chatzi Kaddish, Shema and Its Blessings, Weekday and Shabbat Amidah, Torah Service, Aleinu, Mourners' Kaddish, Havdalah, Birkat Hamazon, Mezuzah Hanging, Holiday Reflections, and an essay exploring the religious roots of Humanistic Judaism. This is an invaluable resource for any non-theistic Jewish person who still wants to maintain a Jewish spiritual practice.