Hi I just want to ask a question to those who converted to Judaism. Did any of you convert because, the principle of ahavat Israel just resonated with you on a spiritual/soul level? Almost as if you already were Jewish on the inside but just wanted to make it official by converting? I really like the peoplehood aspect of Judaism; the principle of taking care of ones fellow Jew. I just think it is a wonderful principle/teaching of Judaism. Thanks.
A question for converts about ahavat Israel 🇮🇱 and Jewish peoplehood
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