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Unread 02-13-2011, 11:23 AM   #1
jamesch230
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how do you balance purity and integrating with non jewish society

how do religious Jews balance keeping their minds pure for g-d torah study etc whilst integrating with the world and non Jews to prevent isolation, my understanding and experience is religious Jews tend to keep themselves to themselves as they donít believe in prostelizing, in addition to this they reject a lot of secular pleasure i.e. non kosher food the arts as they consider that they could corrupt their minds

How do you balance keeping you minds pure etc whilst integrating with the world and gentiles?

Part of my reason for asking is at times I would love to ask a religious Jew something but at times partly due to their society and modesty large families clothing etc and the fact they seem to be a bit cold and closed to non Jews as they keep themselves to themselves
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