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I’ve heard God’s voice at unexpected moments; in yoga class, while listening to music, practicing meditation, reading poetry, picnicking in Paris, or while running a half marathon.
These guys remember what it was like to grow up with their presumably Jewish moms. Proportionally fewer Jewish siblings hate each other than those of other religions (arguably).In the past, I’d dated guys with all types of religious backgrounds — from Jewish to Catholic– but one thing they had in common was that they were not religious.Religion is never something that came up in my many years of dating. Would you rather have a boyfriend who spends Friday night praying or partying? The more I got to know Andrew, the more I grew to respect the moral compass religion provided him.And knowing that was enough to get me through the moments of doubt that surfaced when I considered how our religious differences might eventually come to a head. After about two months of dating, I asked him, “Is it a problem for you that I am not religious? “I don’t like to try to convert people” he said in response. Then, about a week ago, Andrew and I got into a tiff.” I began asking him this question about once a week. “Unclear.” Each time he would say it, my stomach would somersault. I was trying to get in touch with him after he had been out of town.