Shalom/gruss to you all, I have been curious about Judaism for years, first from a historical/academic point of view and then gradually from a spiritual perspective. It’s felt like sunrise in the South Pole — a small light on the horizon that gradually gets brighter until it finally becomes clear, and fills the sky. Tonight I’m taking the first official steps after years of reading, studying Hebrew, following Israeli politics, and starting to read the Tanakh. I’ll be tuning in to the local congregation’s service, and hopefully approaching the rabbi if there’s virtual oneg to talk about the path forward. I hope by this time in 2022 I will be a Jew.
First Shabbat Service
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