We have approached the Jewish holidays as a family since we started dating.
When my children experience something new it is often my first experience as well.
It is very hard for me to admit to others that I do not believe in God. I probably have told more people my weight than admit to this. Even […]
We wonder how the community will react to our Jewish-American-Mexican-Catholic daughter.
Some insist that marriage between two Jews remains the normative communal practice.
Maybe next year I can reach over to the men’s section and touch the Torah.
Mike sits next to me at Shabbat services, and that night on the bimah, when we received our blessing on our tenth anniversary, he mumbled Kiddush alongside me. And he is still not a Jew, and he doesn’t always feel like he fits in with the Jewish community. And I know what that feels like, and when I see him trying anyway, it makes me try harder. To make his choice to be part of all this worth it.