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And I want every Jew to sit in on at least one Torah class given by a teacher who ties disparate ideas together so inspiringly that the words first enter the ears, but head straight for the soul.is the loss I feel looking at the wedding picture – that the groom will likely never get to have any of these opportunities and his children won’t even be Jewish at all.And then I saw your video and it made such perfect sense; I started covering my hair full-time, and that one mitzvah has snowballed to tzniut, Shabbat, taharat hamishpacha, having a kosher kitchen.And it all started with your video…I really enjoy watching your videos.True – many Jews who marry other Jews will most likely never experience anything on my list either.And yes, it’s possible to marry a non-Jew and still get a chance to be exposed to these amazing things.Which, of course, is an odd way to feel about a picture of strangers unless it’s a picture of someone suffering somehow, which it wasn’t.No, the picture that made me sad was of a wedding, which is even odder, since wedding pictures generally elicit positive feelings from most normal human beings – a grouping which I often include myself in! Because it was of a Jewish guy marrying a non-Jewish girl. While technically I know that other people’s lives – especially people I have never met, and will probably never meet – are separate from my own, there is something that makes me feel connected to every single Jew in the world – past, present, and future – even the ones who don’t consider themselves Jewish.
I tend to have a hard time hearing ‘the laws’ and the ‘shoulds’ and the ‘musts’…but I have to say, your wit and humor in getting these messages across got me listening.
Most of the Mizwas that appeared pretty silly to me made actually a lot of sense after your explanation… Thanks for tackling things that can be really tough to explain! It has sincerely strengthened the relationship between me and my mother. Its been difficult to explain to my parents why I love Judaism & why I choose to follow certain laws now, however, JITC has been a great medium of explaining the Jewish faith that we never truly understood.
I was the one who adamantly declared that I would never marry out.
I watched every video on Youtube and immensely enjoyed each one. Thanks for doing the work you are doing; Jew in the City is definitely on to something BIG.
I have to tell you something about your video about headcovering–my husband and I had decided that we wanted to move towards more observance, but hadn’t really taken any big steps.