But it doesn't mean you have to impose your beliefs and your way of living your Judaism to the rest of us. You also sound much contradictory: if you consider yourself an orthodox Jew, how come you're not a shomer shabbat? I think the other orthodox Jews are going to see you as a goy. Changing rules as life goes on is an important sign of being alive. Otherwise, we would be stoning people, especially women, like other religions that haven't learned how to change the rules.
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