What I meant to say was that ritual and tradition as general religious practices aren’t the problem. We need to interrogate our traditions and decide: what is the meaning of ritual purity? Do we want to view menstruation in that light?
But I think we are on the same page in finding some of these practices problematic.
Islam isn’t a different question. The point of being Abrahamic faiths is they all go back to Abraham as their forefather. If you want to say there are Judeo-Christian values, then you’re really looking at the Abrahamic faiths at a whole. Anything else is disingenuous.
Once again you prove my point. The problem with Judeo Christian values is the emphasis on one Christian perspective rather than an Jewish perspective that may contradict that. You speak of a specific time and place set merely in the New testaments. Christianity is larger than the debates Jesus had in first century Jerusalem. Judaism has moved on as…
Weird. I didn’t realize that upscale apartments, fitness centers, or offices were places struggling for commerce. In fact, bodegas often serve communities that have few food/nutritional options (you know…food deserts).
The issue you are solving isn’t providing something new to people who need it. Instead, your company seems…
No, they have a series of basic laws which the Israeli Supreme Court have declared the basis of constitutional law for Israel. One of which, in 1992, refers to Israel as both a democratic and Jewish state. My point stands, Wikipedia or not.
I own my issues in this piece. But I wouldn’t have been so desperate if we’d had a conversation. Ghosting on someone is an incredibly cruel/passive way of letting someone go, regardless of how off putting they felt.