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Submitted by David Pitts (United States), Sep 30, 2007 at 01:27

Fred, thats why i dont see a need in converting , you should just practice the laws and lifestyle of judaism. What's the point of me converting if a community is not going to accept you? Reading the Tanakh, and studying the wisdom of judaism is the most important thing for me. Not converting and going thru extra stuff. Judaism is amazingly deep and if more studied it , it would change their life.

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