I am dating a jewish guy

26-Aug-2019 22:40

Why does this one mitzvah count more than the others?For the sake of full disclosure, I’ll admit right now that I have a visceral reaction to intermarriage. Although she did not raise us with too much observance, marrying Jewish was something she drilled into my sisters’ and my heads.Not gonna lie, half of my school knows that I have a thing for Jewish boys.Even my roommate jokingly reminds me when menorahs are going on sale at Target.But yeah, they're gonna make some smart-ass babies who will go on to work at Silicon Valley. Fun fact: She converted to Judaism and actively maintains a kosher lifestyle.(As a Catholic, I don't know how my mom would react to me converting though.Which was obviously none of my business, since these people were complete strangers (not like it would have been much more of my business if they weren’t). What exactly is wrong with two people who love each other (well, at least I assume they do, remember we’re talking about strangers here! It’s why when a random Jew commits a crime (usually, white collar, that’s our style!

According to the Talmud (Avodah Zarah 2b), G-d offered the Torah to all the nations of the earth, and the Jews were the only ones who accepted it.

Now he has a non-Jewish girlfriend and they are getting serious. The best solution is to raise serious doubts that this will work long-term.

He has the support of all her friends who are not Jewish. My wife says that if we are not careful we will lose him as a son, and that I should go easy on my remarks and actions. Some ideas: 1) Get them to discuss the topic of Jesus.

Our son was bar mitzvahed and attended Hebrew school for five years.

His friends were all Jewish as he grew up, and he attended March of the Living.

According to the Talmud (Avodah Zarah 2b), G-d offered the Torah to all the nations of the earth, and the Jews were the only ones who accepted it.Now he has a non-Jewish girlfriend and they are getting serious. The best solution is to raise serious doubts that this will work long-term.He has the support of all her friends who are not Jewish. My wife says that if we are not careful we will lose him as a son, and that I should go easy on my remarks and actions. Some ideas: 1) Get them to discuss the topic of Jesus.Our son was bar mitzvahed and attended Hebrew school for five years.His friends were all Jewish as he grew up, and he attended March of the Living.The guy basically spent a whole night going through the Bible just to get an approval from Lane's mom. Anyways, back to my main point, since Jewish and Asian families place very similar emphasis on higher education and life success, it's no surprise that most kids growing up in this environment end up in top private schools and Ivies.