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He does not strive towards a happiness, or comfort, which may be irrelevant to G-d’s idea of him.
His success is the idea of G-d, successfully carried through, and he is in love with his destiny…
Intermarriages are twice as likely to end in divorce as same-faith marriages (75% divorce rate! Some reasons for this are the different identities of the spouses and the differences in culture and family.
For example a Jew will naturally turn their head at the mention of “Israel” and “Jew.” A gentile who converts in superficial and insincere conversion only for the sake of marriage does not create a new identity that is now Jewish. One is granting a victory to anti-Semites who seek to destroy the Jewish people.
We are trying our best to raise our children as Jews and give them a Jewish education. Otherwise, it’s entering a relay race, but choosing a partner who’s running towards a different finish line. It outweighs any synagogue or temple, even the Holy Temple built by King Solomon.
We are the “chosen people.” We were chosen to propagate the ethical monotheism of Judaism. In a brief look at history we can see the antiquity, survival and impact of the Jewish people as unique and remarkable.In the words of Leo Tolstoy: “The Jew is that sacred being who has brought down from heaven the everlasting fire, and has illumined with it the entire world. The Jew is the emblem of eternity.” We were chosen as a permanent protest group against idolatry and immorality. I don’t think that I can put it better than Mark Twain, in his famous description of Jewish history, “An Essay Concerning the Jews”: “If the statistics are right, the Jews constitute but one percent of the human race.He is the religious source, spring, and fountain out of which all the rest of the peoples have drawn their beliefs and their religious. Intermarriage is therefore antithetical to the Jewish purpose and to the Jewish identity. It suggests a nebulous dim puff of star dust lost in the blaze of the Milky Way.Dear Rabbi, I’m getting married in October to a girl who is not Jewish (she is Hindu, born in India) and we’re having a difficult time finding a Rabbi who will marry us. And do you have any recommendations for Rabbis that would consider performing the ceremony.It’s important to me and my family that we are married by a Rabbi. Dear Rabbi, I will be married (very soon) to a Jewish woman.