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A well-known and accepted custom worldwide is to express but through flowers. Some send flowers to the grieving family to express sorrow, some bring flowers to the funeral, and some care to lay wreaths on the grave, but also called mourning wheels.
Wheels but familiar to most of us. It is, in fact, flower arrangements arranged in a circle configuration with a wide black ribbon across which can be written a few words of farewell, final honors or sorrow.
In the past, wreaths were seen only at funerals themselves and at state memorial ceremonies, but nowadays it is becoming more and more acceptable to place flowers, even wheels but literally, even when visiting the grave and certainly during memorial services.
The custom of laying wreaths but not Jewish in origin. In Judaism, it is customary to place a stone on the grave, a custom that dates back to the time before the tombs were marked in tombstones, when a wave of stones would mark the place of the grave and when visitors were used to arrange and add it. Today, in Jewish law, although it is customary to use flowers for mourning and participation in sorrow is not originally Jewish, there is a rabbinic ruling that there is no prohibition on laying wreaths, mourning wheels or flowers at all on a grave.
Among the ultra-Orthodox community, it is not customary to use flowers for a signal, but they are also ordered not to prevent others from doing so for the sake of preventing unnecessary friction during grief.
Wheels but come in different sizes, the shape they get because of the flower ring around a spool that is usually a key. The back of the cellophane flower wheel is wrapped around the width of a fairly broad black ribbon, which should be written in letters to construct a short sentence such as "Grief and Grief ____" or "Participants in Your Grief."
The use of wheels, however, is very common during state ceremonies such as memorials to IDF victims, funerals of those killed in military activity or terrorist attacks and more. It is also very common for organizations and companies to place mourning wreaths on the graves of deceased workers.
Flowers are usually invited to a funeral from flower shops, almost every flower shop also offers wreaths, but today there are companies that specialize in organizing funeral and memorial ceremonies and wheels can be ordered but also from them. There is no difficulty in requesting a flower delivery service to the funeral home.