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The question is, are you going to be part of this exciting venture in history, part of the Jewish People, or are you going the way of those who stayed in Egypt, became Hellenists, Karaites, Sadducees, Reform and then Christian (like Mendelssohn's descendents). I'm a so called "gentile" and I would never break up with Jewish girl to preserve some misguided sense of "heritage". Are you a fan of arranged marriages too because this is only a small step above that. Now that those Jews who give up their "misguided sense of heritage " to intermarry are destroying themselves, only those Jews who cling to traditional Jewish practice including in-marriage are growing in number.
Good luck to you in your closed minded world For thousands of years since the Jewish nation left ancient Egypt, we have outlived the many empires and movements that tried to destroy or subjugate us. You are the mind that is "closed", closed to history, logic, and understanding of Judaism. I don't know if anyone will read the recent comments as it looks like it has been a while since anyone commented.
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.
Our Torah and Jewish calendar are filled with a veritable treasure trove of tradition and meaningful ritual, enabling us to live uniquely enhanced lives filled with memorable moments of celebration and wisdom, all with that inimitable Jewish flavor. It was very obvious to me that my parents wanted me to marry a Jewish girl, but if asked why, I don't think they could come up with a cogent answer.
I don’t remember making conversation, but apparently I must have mumbled something, since the next morning the host of the party told me that Mr. As I was catching my breath, she casually mentioned, “Oh, I told him you don’t date non-Jews, and he’s fine with that. He really liked you.” This was a delicate situation, to say the least. Then we talked, and laughed, and talked and laughed some more. They should know me well enough to know that I wasn’t going to marry him. Not because we were in a public place, but because they were smart enough to think before they spoke.
Such Jewish commitment comes mainly from parental examples of commitment to eating exclusively kosher, strictly keeping Shabbat, study of and adherence to Torah and Halacha, and general primacy of all things that make Jews different from non Jews. Ha Shem promised it, and so far He has kept His promise (3000 years). Alright, I respect your right to have these views, but this is the most ridiculous thing I have ever read.
I, in my bubble of optimistic self-gratification, and my father – mourning the potential loss of future generations. I felt the weight of my Jewish identity on my fragile shoulders. This is an event that took place almost two decades ago, but looking at today’s frightening assimilation statistics, it could have happened yesterday. Getting Back to Basics How do we practically go about nurturing a caring relationship with our Jewishness? Jewish educational institutions and community groups are the necessary lifelines that extend from our homes to our collective future.
I almost became a statistic, except for one redeeming factor: I cared. We need to nourish ourselves with more Jewishness in order to ensure their success.
The next day, I delivered my father his traditional Sunday breakfast in bed. Later, in the kitchen, I baked cakes with my mother. And it was vitally important that my future husband feel the same. Related Article: Get Me to the Church on Time The Breakup It wasn’t so difficult after that.
“You should know,” she suddenly said, “we won’t be rude to him if you bring him here. I guess I never thought that far,” he admitted, somewhat ashamed. “Look, if, as you say, you are definitely not going to marry the guy, then why on earth would you keep dating him? A short, tense phone call ended what would have been the mistake of a lifetime.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.