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Kylie Ora Lobell

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Kylie Ora Lobell is a freelance writer and personal essayist in Los Angeles. She writes for The Jewish Journal of L.A., Grok Nation, Aish and Tablet. She has a wonderful husband, comedian Danny Lobell, as well as two dogs, five chickens and a tortoise.
Though she is 13 years my junior, after every one-hour learning session with her, I leave feeling reinvigorated, ready to dive deeper into Judaism and to take on more mitzvot.
I didn’t fully understand why non-kosher meat was off-limits, but the ethics behind it—coupled with my appreciation of an animal’s suffering and my acceptance of the Torah’s laws—keeps me from going back to meat that was slaughtered in a non-kosher manner...
I start my day stressed out, and it usually progresses that way until bedtime. ..
The animal laws in the Torah suggest that animals are intelligent—maybe even more than we know they are.
I’m an excellent cook, but everybody has their off-days, especially when making a huge amount of food.
I knew it wouldn’t be easy to give up my smartphone on Shabbat and the holidays.
Usually, when I realize what good has come from my life because of Judaism, I feel better about it and I get back to the place where I want to be.
I live in Los Angeles, where wealth, celebrity, youth and beauty are valued above all else.
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