We signed on to watch services at a new shul tonight to support one of Rocki’s classmates and I am just suddenly heartbroken that I never got to have the “ancient Ashkie rabbi who says whatever the fuck he wants” experience at my old shul
I was raised very non religious, with hints of Christianity, just because some of my extended family is, and your jewish headcanons are so cool, and make me want to learn more because it is just awesome
That’s cool! Yeah, religions are fun to learn about. I’m glad me trying to convert the entire KOTLC cast teaches people something about Judaism!
hot take: I don't like jesus. I don't care whether he was a good role model, or a good teacher. I don't care that he was Jewish like me. he is so irrelevant to me. I am not obligated to nurse the ego of Christians whose opinion of me hinges on how much I like/respect their god.
In the Torah portion Tazria, God instructs Moses about the purification rituals for mothers following childbirth. God then describes to Moses and Aaron the procedures for identifying and responding to those infected with leprosy. In Metzora, God describes the purification ritual for people and homes afflicted with skin diseases; God also instructs Moses and Aaron regarding the laws of the emission of bodily fluids.
These two Torah portions describe in hyper-focused detail a spectrum of infections and the spiritual methods of remedying them.
hi! i want to attend a jewish service for the first time because i‘ve been really interested in judaism and want to look into it. since it‘s my first time visiting, do you think i should rather go on friday night or saturday morning?
Friday night would be my recommendation! Friday evening services are more about communal togetherness and socializing whereas Saturday morning services are more about the studying and praying. Both are lovely and meaningful, but much fewer people go to morning services and you’re more likely to be spoken to and welcomed during a Friday service.
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So many Jewish headcanons, thank you so much. Everyone is Jewish. I love it.
Her Bat Mitzvah was scheduled to be really soon after the beginning of the series. Meaning, she went bald very shortly before the time of the event. That was part of the reason she freaked out so much- she really didn’t want to be bald at her Bat Mitzvah. (It came back the day before).
She also thought it might have been deliberate on Dex’s part to try to screw with her Jewish tradition and that he was anti-Semetic. (He had no idea it was almost her Bat Mitzvah, he just wanted to prank her.)
A lot of Elvin society prided itself on being nonreligious, viewing religion as a “stupid human thing,” so Stina mostly tried to isolate herself.
She thought Sophie would be friends with her at first, because they were both “weirdos” who liked “stupid human things,” but then Sophie sided with Dex.
Stina and Biana used to be friends at their religious school
Then Biana became super popular despite there being a lot of Anti-Semitism in their school, and Stina was jealous that she couldn’t have the same.
I feel like this is about Anti-Semitism a lot oops. Have some happier headcanons
She would murder someone for their challah, no hesitation. In her defense, challah is really fucking good.
Stina really likes Tu Bishvat. Eating weird new elvin fruit is fun, and she likes trees. (Evan Hansen who?)
Rosh Hashana is also something she likes a lot. The idea of a fresh start is nice, especially once she starts feeling guilty for the way she treated Sophie at the beginning.
She can play shofar really well. Like, her tkiyah gadolah is impressive. (I’ve never seen these words written in English transliteration just bear with me.)
Honestly just Jewish!Stina is impressive. This is a headcanon I like. Thanks for the ask!
Everything feels so overwhelming right now, but I still have Elias, amazing friends, and hope. I get my second vaccine shot in 14 hours, and that seemed impossible a year ago. Who knows what will be possible in another year?
[ID: Mimsy, a white enby with brunette hair and glasses, smiles at the camera. They're wearing a black shirt that says "pride" in rainbow letters and a silver and glass magen david.]
There's this thing that has been bothering me for a while now. Every. Single. Book. Fair. has a solid 5 books about the Holocaust. Don't get me wrong, it's important for kids to know about what happened and that it was wrong. But I feel like it's being romanticized...like...why are there so many books about the Holocaust for CHILDREN...WHY!? You don't need to rub it in Jewish people's faces that they were persecuted. I feel so fucking bad for them. They can't even go to a BOOK FAIR without being reminded of the horrible things that happened. jesus christ.