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) wanting to spend the rest of their lives together? ) it’s my Although Joe Shmostein doesn’t even know that I exist (or that I’ve been clicking through his pictures, for that matter) – knowing something upsetting about his life upsets me. These two people will hopefully make each other very happy. The non-Jewish wife probably isn’t even religious if she were willing to marry him.A few months ago while on Facebook, I started looking at an old high school friend’s pictures.As is often the case on Facebook, pictures of someone I didn’t know any more led me to pictures of someone I didn’t know at all. ) And then I saw a picture of two strangers which made me sad.And they’ll raise the kids with “both,” which means double the presents during the holiday season and that means that even the will be happy!And sure, it’s a mitzvah to not intermarry, but it’s not like this guy is observing so many mitzvos anyway if he were willing to marry her.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.But chances are that marrying Jewish will lead to at least one more generation of Jews and that maybe someone in the next generation will get the chance to do these things and make a big stink (like I did! If any Jewish person reading this – married, unmarried, inter-married, or about to get intermarried – hasn’t tried any of the things on my list but would like to, shoot me an email.We may have never met, but I already feel connected to you.I am an Arab, a Muslim who totally respects you and admires you and I mean it with all my heart. and no matter how each of our backgrounds fear the other and view each other as the bad people, I am here to tell you, you have made me understand more and respect more. I love JITC because it helps me to learn more about a culture I know basically nothing about.I’m a college student and, in part because of the curiosity about other faiths that your work instilled in me, I’m a religious studies minor.True – many Jews who marry other Jews will most likely never experience anything on my list either.