Orthodox dating shomer negia
Why are Orthodox guys (generally) more marriage-oriented than guys from the secular word? With Orthodox guys, though, they live a life of restriction (which Orthodox Jews are supposed to observe, though surely not all do) keep single men (and women) from touching any non (immediate) family member of the opposite sex.Because in the rest of the world, men, while they’re single, are free to have as many escapades with as many women as they can manage to get. (As an aside, there’s a debate, but people in my circles will shake hands with members of the opposite sex who are not family members in order to not embarrass them.I watched every video on Youtube and immensely enjoyed each one. Thanks for doing the work you are doing; Jew in the City is definitely on to something BIG. I saw your first episode on modesty and hair covering before I got married.You made it acceptable for me to become frum and I am now happily married with 2 beautiful kids.” Fortunately, there is one group of guys within the Jewish world that are especially marriage-minded, but meeting one doesn’t come down to location as much as it comes down to looking for a certain type: Orthodox.(No, not all Orthodox guys are issue-free when it comes to marriage, but as a whole, they are FAR more marriage-oriented than any other Jewish group of men). Their wife is the “old ball and chain” tying them down to a life of restriction.
The article I linked above adds some scenarios that I didn’t encounter in the New Zealand article, so I’m just going to focus on the first one.
Best, Beth from San Deigo Dear Beth, Thanks for your question.
Unfortunately, there’s no good way to get people to do something they don’t want to do on their own.
I cover my hair all the time, something I never thought I would do.
Thanks so much for your blog and explaining orthodox life in everyday language. It has sincerely strengthened the relationship between me and my mother. Its been difficult to explain to my parents why I love Judaism & why I choose to follow certain laws now, however, JITC has been a great medium of explaining the Jewish faith that we never truly understood. I am from a different world, a different religion, and when I say different, I mean it…