A Jew is a Jew is a Jew according to many rabbis. Doesn’t matter if you are reform, conservative or orthodox. Many rabbis consider jewish people one people whether they live in Israel or not. And one principle of judaism is that all of Israel are responsible for one another. Personally, I admire Orthodox Jews who are able to keep all the mitvot. They are devoted to their tradition and communities. Which is pretty cool. I personally really like Reform Judaism because I feel like it is flexible in a way, I guess. Reform Jews are Jews who are a part of the Jewish community but they can be pro gay marriage and pro LGBT 🏳️🌈. That’s cool imo. Being a non Jew I find Judaism pretty fascinating. just my opinion (from a non Jew) 👍
I admire Reform Judaism ✡️
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