got the reputation of being the Black Women’s website that promotes interracial dating and marriage and all that. Whatever the case, I feel the need to say that while we believe you should keep your options open when it comes to finding love, you shouldn’t begin your quest with skin tone or racial and ethnic modifiers.
And personally, I, Veronica, believe that while black men are flawed like all men, you’ll never catch me out here denouncing all of them.
After Death Traditional Judaism believes in the World to Come, the coming of the messianic age heralded by the messiah, and a resurrection of the dead, but beliefs vary on the details.
Some believe souls of the righteous go to heaven, or are reincarnated, while the wicked suffer from a hell of their own making or remain dead.
Thus, God provides free will as a test of obedience and faith.
Salvation Salvation is achieved through faith and continual prayer to God, strict adherence to divine commandments (Jewish Law), including dietary restrictions, to give to the poor, "love your neighbor as yourself," bring God’s message to humanity by example (a responsibility of God’s "chosen people").
Generally, it is believed that God gave humans free will to feel pleasure and pain, and His purpose in allowing deep suffering of the innocent must be good even if mysterious. Knowing why God allows suffering is not as important as knowing that God will punish the perpetrators.
Therefore, it requires an act of faith in the interim.
Most believe that potential human life should never be terminated casually, but abortion is generally regarded as a personal decision, especially within the first 40 days of pregnancy.
Dear Rebbetzin Feige, I'm a single Jewish 30-something woman looking for my soul mate and for the life of me I cannot find a solid Jewish mensch who, I hate to say it, is emotionally mature, ambitious, ready to settle down and commit to building a loving marriage.
It would not only be a no-brainer, more importantly it would become an act devoid of my choosing. In God’s scheme of running His world, the reward for visiting my mother-in-law, or for observing any good deed, is guaranteed, but when and how we don’t know.
Moreover, we are taught that the more difficult the challenge, the greater will be the reward.