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I'm pretty sure Jewish girls are a species all their own. They have years and years of inside jokes that they can convey with just a look. For some reason, our hair seems to be a lot frizzier than everyone else's. Some of the stuff that we do would not be considered normal in "the real world," aka around non-Jews. We are not strangers to every type of chemical straightening on the planet. How can someone boast about keeping the fifth commandment and breaking the forth at the same time?What's the point of reciting Shema, if one disagrees with the content?In the Talmud, Rabbi Hillel warns us that we should be careful not to judge another person until we have stood in their place. Related Article: Why Not Intermarry The Heartthrob One night I went to a party for friends who had just returned from a year in Israel. So, unbelievably, on the first date we spoke about him converting. Soon I realized that I couldn’t practically hide it from my parents any longer.

We would be foolish to think that we know better than the Creator of the world. And as long as the author talks "attractive", in my and everyone's opinion, my husband looked like a movie star, plus he had a good job, college trained, nice family, hard worker, etc.

I self-righteously concluded that we had nothing in common, since they were prepared to give their Jewish identity the backseat.

I was sitting firmly in the driver’s seat with mine, so much so that I became the leader of a Zionist youth movement, and started to mix with an idealistic new crowd. Things were getting serious, but I was ignoring the ramifications, because, you remember, I was not going to marry out.

Our homes are where we show our children what it is important to care about. Lighting Shabbat candles, decorating a sukkah or eating matzah on Passover, putting up mezuzahs on every doorway, laying some Jewish books proudly out on the coffee table, saying Shema Yisrael with our children, hanging out an Israeli flag on Israel’s Independence Day.

A lot of people feel that they need to make a great sacrifice to live out their Jewishness. We can’t be complacent for lack of funding, knowledge, the right address or social circle. These are the definitive moments that can carve a caring Jew out of the stoniest backdrop of threatened assimilation. Like a whole lot of American Jews, my upbringing had a lot less Jewish identity stuff than what Ms. It would have been much easier and more likely for me to become "a statistic" in terms of intermarriage.

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