Well, judging by your comments on the board, your connection to either is slim to none. It?s a shame that you have such a cross to bear dealing with the Jewish people. Personally, we?re none to thrilled having to deal with such a self-inflated ego. If you wanted to have become a monk, there are many alternative options since apparently humanity doesn?t measure up to you. But Judaism is a community, not just a faith. Prayers are said with a minyin in mind. Our faith is based on a communal history. A connecting thread that binds past present and future. From the forefathers to the exodus to the revelation at Sinai and to the eventual development of a society. Your answers only further my curiosity. You find Jews a burden. Your view of our history is that its worthless, as is our connection to our homeland. Our hopes and dreams are only impediments to your quest. But at the same time, you allow such hopes and dreams for others.
from the article: Addicted to the poison of occupation