The first lesson a Rabbi taught me…

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The first lesson a Rabbi taught me…

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“Those that are born to a Jewish mother are chosen to walk that journey. Those who are born to a non-Jewish mother are chosen to walk their respective journeys. Each one of us has a journey to walk. If someone makes a life-changing decision without thought of what follows, then what happens when they realise it is not their journey? They walk away. If your journey is to walk this path, you need to be sure it is, because this path requires 100% commitment, no half measure. We need to make sure the person who asks to walk this path, is destined for this path to be in their journey. No matter what your path is, you need to walk it. Some people are destined to walk in a group, some walk alone. Some lead, some follow, and some wander off. But it’s your journey, not anyone else’s, so never let anyone take the journey away from you. We all start the journey at the same place, conception, and before the Journey starts your name is called and you go to start your journey. And then you are born into this world and you learn to walk your journey, and your journey may change. Some people may reject your journey, but stay focused on your path, it was chosen for you before you were born. But the funny thing is, when it’s done, we all end up back where we started. So no matter what path your journey takes you on, walk it. Walk it with pride. Help those you can along the way and leave nothing but footprints, because the footprints are how people will remember you.”

– when asking why it’s so difficult to convert.
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