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Laws of Conversion (Shavuot)

Contemporary Halachah and Shulchan Aruch

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Laws of Conversion (Shavuot): Contemporary Halachah and Shulchan Aruch

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Rhonda Soap Gladstone May 27, 2023

I wI want to convert to Judaism. I am Jewish, I have been lost and wandering my entire life, when Hashem started leading me to Judaism a part of me was afraid to let go of what I had been taught, yet at the same time I was being completed what i was learning and hearing and the way I was and am hearing it makes sense, fits, completes me, fills in the gaps and voids and now pretty much my family and anyone i talk to accepts that I am Jewish. I have been practicing the Mitzvah I am aware of and surrendering to Hashem's training. I am at a point where I desire more, desire the structure to be more orderly. I do not know how to describe the changes that take place in my being as i do the Mitzvah, there is a solid healing, and completeness. I desire to live the way it has always suppose to have been. i am in the Kansas City Missouri area. I would like to know if there is any information you could give me as far as meeting with a Rabbi to take classes. Judaism is home to me. Reply

Tara MISSION June 2, 2020

I'm from Canada. I can say you are still somewhat hated. I spent 10 + years being a skinhead and there was a lot of us, we did horrible things. Fast forward over 10 years , I keep Shabbat, separate my dairy and meat, only eat kosher meat. I'm trying to learn Hebrew. I hope one day to convert. I know it's going to take a while as my family lives rural and even going to buy kosher food is a challenge, but if I cant get kosher meat, I do not eat meat. We run a hobby farm, I did not castrate any of my male animals. It's a journey for me but I am hopeful I will get there Reply

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