I wish I could say that I continue to run fearlessly to synagogue, but, truthfully, it is often very nearly too much for me.
Kashrut is one of those lovely complicated things I adore about Judaism, but at the same time, I’m not sure how it fits into my life now.
Your life changes forever once you have a child. For me, it meant leaving my wild days as a non-parent behind.
One must pay the club dues to use the facilities. If you’re going to adopt traditions of Judaism, believe in its tenets.
Once you say you’re converting to Judaism, The Question follows. It has underpinnings of “Why in the world would you want to do that?”