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Traditional Non-Christian Wedding Vows

Whether you are a Christian or Non-Christian, the wedding vows are a part of the wedding ceremony. The wedding vows are solemn promises to your witnesses and partner. There are hundreds of traditional wedding vows.

Here is a traditional Jewish Wedding Vows

Rabii: Do you, (Name); take (Name), to be your wife?
Groom: I do.
Rabii: Do you, (Name); take (Name), to be your husband?
Bride: I do.

Here is a traditional Buddhist Wedding Vows

Groom: (Name), in the future, happy occasions will come as surely as the morning. Difficult times will come as surely as the night. When things go joyously, meditate according to the Buddhist tradition. When things go badly, meditate. Meditation in the manner of the Compassionate Buddha will guide your life. To say the words "love and compassion" is easy. But to accept that love and compassion are built upon patience and perseverance is not easy.
Bride: (Name), in the future, happy occasions will come as surely as the morning. Difficult times will come as surely as the night. When things go joyously, meditate according to the Buddhist tradition. When things go badly, meditate. Meditation in the manner of the Compassionate Buddha will guide your life. To say the words "love and compassion" is easy. But to accept that love and compassion are built upon patience and perseverance is not easy.

Here is a traditional Muslim Wedding Vows

Groom: I, (Name), take you; (Name), to be my wife. I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life. I pledge, in honesty and sincerity, to be for you an obedient and faithful husband.
Bride: I, (Name), take you; (Name), to be my husband. I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life. I pledge, in honesty and sincerity, to be for you an obedient and faithful wife.

The wedding exchange of vows remains a major part of the wedding ceremony. Basically, you are making huge promise to be with your partner for better or worse. The witnesses listen to the wedding vows, and sign the marriage certificate.

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