Hey guys, I was raised in a secularish family, more conservative, and I started slowly doing more and more, now I wrap Tefillin, slowly trying to Daven three times a day, eat kosher more, etc. I hope to keep kosher and Shabbat by sometime next year (can’t do it now for a few reasons). What is your best advice to someone in the middle of the process? I really love the way of life but don’t want to rush into it and fall back. Thanks.
What’s your best advice to someone Bal Teshuva-ing?
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