As every person is unique, no two of us will ever be identical, and if we take our differences to the ultimate conclusion, we will end up sitting by ourselves.
Image: A screenshot of an interview with Dr. René Molho, no longer available online as far as I’ve found.
If you’ve been around the Jewish community for a while, you’ve probably seem some version of the game, “Who’s the Most Jewish?” also known as “More Jewish Than You.” It’s one of our less attractive things.
For example, if you are a convert to Judaism, sooner or later someone is going to try to tell you that you’ll never be really Jewish. (My standard answer: “Take that up with my rabbi.”) Others may try to tell you that you’re more Jewish because you had to study and learn. Either way, it’s unpleasant.
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