When you are about to marry someone out of your religion, it may be a huge and life-changing decision, especially when marrying someone Jewish. Getting married to a Jew is not entirely impossible for a non-Jew, but it can be hard. Conflicts of holidays, beliefs, and also cultural differences are just some of the things you might encounter.
Nowadays, mental health is no longer considered a taboo topic in many parts of the world. Because of modern science, some people slowly learned how to accept the truth behind mental health, and many are educating others on why we should talk about it. However, not everyone is receptive to this shift.
Judaism is a religious belief or faith that originated from the early people of Israel some four thousand years ago. The foundation of their religion is based on the covenant God made with Abraham and his people. God said they are “the chosen people” and that they would inherit a holy land.
The Jews or the people observing Judaism refer to the bible as Tanakh, and their belief and faith are built upon the religious, philosophical and ethical laws stated in the Torah also known as the first five books in the Hebrew Bible.
Judaism as a race
Jews share the same land which is Israel, a universal religion which is Judaism, and shared beliefs and traditions rooted from the time of Abraham.