Earlier on this year I’ve decided to take the jewish path into conversion, through this I’ve become to realise how people react and look at you differently. Also, with becoming jewish I’ve realised how much hate and contempt people have for Judaism, which is not something I was aware of before embarking on this journey. Honestly I’m glad it’s opened my eyes.
Becoming jewish and realizing the weight that comes with it.
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