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Answered: Can I do Judaism if I am Korean?

I cringe at the phrase, "do Judaism". The spiritual path that you choose to walk should be a lifestyle. If this is me getting picky about your linguistics, then please forgive me. If you search for GOD, the you will find Him. It helps to look in the right places, however. It is unlikely that you ...

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Answered: Is it OK for a Rabbi to attend a funeral of a parent of one of his

No!. But there are NO Jewish funerals on Saturdays.

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Answered: I have trouble with affect and effect. Is there a ...

Affect vs effect is a common debate. Affect should be used in your sentence because it is used primarily as a verb. While effect is used as a noun in all situations.
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How will the affordable care act affect me if I earn under $30K a year

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