Hello! Recently, I’ve been very interested in Judaism and wanting to become a better Jew, and to start practicing as much as I can. I am Jewish, my mother being a Jew, but she isn’t very religious so I, as a teenager, haven’t been raised very religiously. I’m not extremely knowledgeable about the religion, but lately I’ve found that it really resonates with me, and that I want it to become part of my life. I’ve started saying Shacharit, Mincha, and Maariv as much as I can. I don’t wear a kippah or tzizit, although upon reciting the Shema I sometimes feel like I should be wearing tzizit in my daily life. To be honest, everything is kind of new to me, and I don’t know exactly how to do everything. What are the best ways to better observe Judaism? How should I be praying so as to do it properly? Is it best to start wearing a kippah and tzizit? In general, do you guys have any advice on how to become more involved and engaged with the religion?
How can I become more engaged in Judaism?
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