There’s reason to worry, but not because of religion.
I don’t think it’s fair to my nephew to delay his Bar MItzvah.
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They must be valuable to someone, right?
I’m not even observant, so why do I care if I marry a Jew? But for some reason, I do.
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His father died when he was young, but his mother said he was Jewish. But was he not? Was there an affair? What does it mean?
How can I tell them that I’ve lost the very practice I’m encouraging in them?
His name is Josh and he joked about Hebrew school! How is he not Jewish?!
That Kamala Harris turkey recipe with thyme butter under the skin sounded good…