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July 25, 2012 3:49 am at 3:49 am in reply to: H-a-s-h-e-m H-e-l-p M-e F-i-n-d A S-h-i-d-d-u-c-h-!-! #888503
You do not need a shidduch you need a husband. Try this:
Make a list of what you think is your ideal shidduch. Put it aside. 48 hours later make a list of what you want in a husband and would be father of your children (ken yirbu). Then compare the two. It’s your perspective that is important in getting married.
It depends on the community of which the girl/lady is a member. Religious girls in the settlements wear their skirts down to the ankles, though it has risen a bit recently. American charedim wear their skirts just below their knees. (This seems to be the group under discussion). Bet Yaakov girls wear their skirts half way between their knees and their ankles. It is nor related to halacha rather to sociological norms.
I do not think we will need to deal with this question in the next generation? Reform Jews will be a curiosity and conservative Jews a sect.
Look up Google:
Will you grandchild be Jewish?
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