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    • ERSB
    • 13.09.10 | 09:54 (IST)

    Rather than admitting that Judaism may actually have a few good ideas, the author goes out of her way to bash Judaism while at the same time latching on to the the peacefulness Judaism provides in requiring us to simply STOP (driving, buying, polluting) and spend quiet time with our families and our god. My car sits quietly and isn't driven a approx. 60 days of each year (52 Shabbatot + 8 days of Yom Tov) That's equivelant to a full 2 months every year. Isn't that environmentally friendly?

    from the article: Is environmentalism boosting Jewish observance?
    First published 01:05 13.09.10 | Last updated 01:05 13.09.10
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