In Order to Live Together, Both Religious and Secular Jews Need to Accept Discomfort

Those who wish to live in a society comprised of both religious and secular Jews must understand that there will be times when they have to compromise, even when it contradicts their values.

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I consider myself lucky that I spend a lot of time in mixed groups of self-identified secular and religious Jews. However, when it comes time to discuss sensitive issues, the mood always gets more tense. "Why...