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Online communication also allows singles to cast a wider net, fishing from a cyberpool of potential mates throughout the country and even in other countries.

“I can now get information on a shidduch from a foreign country in minutes,” Pensak says.

They take Malchei Yisroel and transform it from the once sleepy Yerushlayimer shopping and food center it was into a yearlong virtual sleepover. And like many other things in life, this is something I don’t understand, yet I accept it. If you must do so, at least make sure to, slowly and clearly, enunciating every syllable, list off your fathers’ bank accounts so that I, too, can enjoy unlimited cakes from Moishy’s Bakery. -Feel the need to litter the entire Yerushalayim with the yellow/purple/clear plastic/paper cups that you just got from Fro-Yo or Sam’s or Mitzei Uri. It’s wonderful that you’re supporting local merchants and all, but really, what about recycling? -Feel like you have to go to the Machlis’, the Blind Couple, and every other during your stay here.

But I do have some things I want to get off of my chest… We go on the same diatribes, vent recurrently to ourselves, and wish things were different. So below find some of the many things that you do to frustrate us. -Rave about Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky’s last night that is definitely, positively, OMG, OMG, gonna change your life. And if it really was such a life changer, you wouldn’t still be sipping that Mitz Pri as you stroll down Yechezkel. You can still be Jewish without going to those people. -Use the default ringer on your Disposa-phone that came with your seminary’s suggested student plan.

A couple years ago, I was contacted by an ex-Orthodox man who had both witnessed sex abuse and had been molested himself, but his community was in denial about the issue and kept trying to sweep his claims under the rug. He threw his black hat in the garbage and moved far away, leaving observance behind.There is a story told about the late rabbi and physicist Aryeh Kaplan: As a teenager he began to explore Orthodox Judaism and spent a short time in yeshiva.After his brief stint, he wasn’t so convinced that observant life was for him, so he decided to leave.But he was a bit nervous as to how his peers would react when he told them the news.However, when he informed his roommate about his decision, his roommate didn’t argue with him or try to sway him at all.

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