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February 3, 2019 11:30 am at 11:30 am in reply to: Tzniut Problems In The 5 Towns #1672886LLWParticipant
Philosopher, the only reason I brought that up about behavior of an extremely religious dressed person is because non Jews can clearly see he is Jewish and is acting out of line. Jews are supposed to make kiddish Hashem when they are in public. If a person is wearing an outfit that you can’t tell they are Jewish, yes they should still act politely but if you are clearly Jewish you need to be more careful in public. If a women dresses with a skirt above their knees is unhalachic, who cares? How does that reflect their personality. . Maybe it is not proper, but if people are brought up a different way, who are you to judge? As long as they act properly and are a good person, the way they dress should not be the be all end all. There is too much criticism on the way people dress as opposed to how they act. How much chessed they do, how much they are trying to improve. This is all way more important than the look of having a shorter skirt.February 3, 2019 7:19 am at 7:19 am in reply to: Tzniut Problems In The 5 Towns #1672701LLWParticipant
Imagine if Jews could get along without judging other people’s religiousity. It’s quite humorous to see how adults spend their time on the internet. I would love to hear how the way someone dresses reflects their religiosity and how great they are as a person. It amazes me to see how such “religious people” talk down upon different types of Jews. People may dress “immodestly”, but at least they are not speaking badly about other fellow Jews. Have fun spending your time arguing over the way people dress as opposed to actually doing something good with your time. Modesty is most importantly about the way one conducts themselves in public and I have personally witnessed extremely religious people who are clearly Jewish making the complete opposite of a kiddish hashem and that makes it even worse people non Jews can see you’re Jewish. The way someone dresses does not define them nor should you judge the way they dress as how great of a person they are.