You know what they say about relationships: “When it’s right, you just know.”
Rebel rabbi, Niles Goldstein, returns with a penetrating analysis of tribalism and finds the lessons of old ways surprisingly applicable to the 21st Century challenges.
Rabbi Niles Goldstein channels the brash energy of Hunter S. Thompson in this rally cry for Jews eager to reclaim their rebel roots.
“I used to think that internet dating stood in the way of fate – that you could only meet Mr. Right if you bumped into him on the street and that if you went looking, you wouldn’t find him. Needless to say, I don’t believe that anymore!”
“JDate not only opened the doors to meeting the ‘The One,’ but it also allowed for me to meet someone Jewish.”
“Christmas morning 2008, Jeff wrapped an engagement ring in a big box…Did I mention we’re Jewish?”
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“What are the chances that my true love was living just three houses down from me?”
“Both his sister and my brother met their spouses on JDate.”
A JBlogger weighs in on a debate between Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger and America’s Rabbi, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.