Israeli dating show
One Zionist rabbi even put the show under religious ban. Well, “srugim” means “knitted” in Hebrew, a reference to the skull caps orthodox men wear.This show was one of the first — and maybe best — to fully portray modern orthodoxy on TV.
The mindset in which we approach dating can be very telling of whom I am, rather than whom the person is that I am going to meet. Do we heed the words of Hillel: “what is unpleasant to you, do not do to another?The latter affects body and soul while the former affects merely money.Money can be repaid, but the possible damage ensuing from the compromising of another individual’s self-esteem may be irreparable.The drama, which ran from 2008 to 2012 on Israel’s Yes!cable network, was something of a phenomenon here in the promised land.While it offended some inside the community, it proved to be successful as it provided insight into an otherwise insular world.
The easily digestible drama, now on Amazon Prime in Hebrew with English subtitles, follows five attractive Jewish singles in the big city, well, the old city; Jerusalem.
Unlike the rest of mankind who heard of Hashem’s miracles, Yitro internalized what he heard and was greatly affected by it.
He was open to the impact of what he heard and was open to change!
One of the major differences I found between life in Israel verses that in America is the dating culture.
Certain dating norms that are acceptable in America cannot be applied to the dating scene in Israel.
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