If I misphrase anything or say something wrong please let me know, I’m learning and this is kinda my question on how to learn. I’m ethnically Jewish but my mom never pretty practiced it or taught me about it growing up, I assume because of some childhood trauma she had (not related to Judaism in the slightest, I think it was just because she associated Judaism with childhood and avoided it). We celebrated some Jewish holidays here and there, but never really being taught about the significance and meaning of it. Recently I’ve been searching stuff up and I’ve decided I genuinely want to get back into my heritage, but I’ve got no clue where to start. I don’t live in the same state as any of my family anymore and they’re all older so contacting them on social media would be useless, so I’m not quite sure where to start/go from here. Does anyone have any suggestions of ideas of where I should start? Or alternatively for those who have been in a similar boat as me, where did you start?
Where to start learning about/practicing my heritage?
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