• Real Orthodox

  • The revival of Torah Judaism in the last two decades has created a generation without tradition. In the academic environment of a yeshiva, future fathers and husbands learned a set of rules to follow, and in their dedicated commitment and faith, were able to establish families that grew up to observe Torah and study it. Unfortunately, this created a cheerless society, which is not always able to maintain its standards because the next generation is not imbued with the same dedication as their parents. Torah observance in all spheres is a way of life for Orthodox Jews. The practice of Torah True Judaism was something learned in the home, accompanied with warmth, love and dedication. Let us analyze what is going wrong. What practical steps to take to rectify the trend of youngsters deserting the Torah's teachings.

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