I think they will feel ok about it unless they are jewish
when you placed your hand over your chest you could feel sound 'dubbed'
The egyptians beileved in afterlife. Afterlife is when after an important person dies and they would enter a new dimension or world. Items were placed in the tomb to comfort the person in afterlife. Food was placed there so the dead guy would feel comfortable in afterlife. Also furniture was placed there too.
I believe that some Jews would not mind wearing the 'Star of David' as they was proud of being Jewish. On the other hand many would feel great anger as they would realize by wearing it other non-jewish Germans would look down upon them as not part of true German society.
Good grief! Only quacks would try to push such an agenda. Parents don't have to be draconian with their children, but children do need restrictions, routines and limits. They are part of what help children to feel safe and to grow up with a balanced view. Not placing restrictions on children would be an out-and-out surrender of power and authority to the children. Perish the thought.
They generally feel happy.
yes he should because that is the peoples religion who are mourning that personJewish Answer:Although it is a show of respect for a man to wear a kippa for any Jewish religious service, this is not a requirement if the person is not Jewish. If the individual does not feel comfortable wearing a kippa, no one would by insulted by this.
It may have been a look good, feel good event but the US had placed restrictions on Cuban independence and felt that those mandates protected US interests in Cuba. It was also the way that big business wanted it, because as a US Territory US labor laws would have to be complied with and that would have reduced their profit margin.
How would you feel, I bet they would feel the same way. However, human nature is such that "hope" and belief that nobody would/could do that to another person probably meant that the realization of what was happening did not hit home until the gas stated to come in and people started to scream.
I believe that argument is good for a good friendship as you can freely say what you feel and there is no restrictions..
Anything in the Torah is important. It is Jewish culture and history and God's word (Exodus 24:12).
A christian should partake in none. Ask a rabbi or one of your Jewish friends for their opinion and your own clergyman.Answer:Many Jewish festivals mark events in Jewish cultural history. Participation should be no problem. Others are deeply involved with the Jewish identity and participation requires a knowledge of the language and traditions. Being "just a gawker" would be seen as impolite as many Christians would feel if a crowd of atheists. Pastafarians and Wiccans sat in on their Chrismas ceremonies "just to gawk"
Kvetch, e.g., "Quit your kvetching, we're sick of hearing it!" The language is "Yiddish", not "Jewish". Professional linguists feel free to correct me, but there is no one lanugage known a "Jewish".
In the Torah it says that a Jewish person cannot marry someone who is not Jewish. But in this day and age, look around... There are plenty of Multicultural people in America. All over the world. As a Jewish girl, I appreciate a boy of any Race, Ethnicity, and Religion, and i'm open to any culture. I'm sure some boys feel the same. So.. Yeah. Hope this helps (:.
what took part in the holocaust is, the Nazi's were invading countries that the jewish people lived in. :( I feel extremley bad for the Jewish people! :(
According to his theory, people feel anxious when they feel torn between desires or urges toward certain actions, on the one hand, and moral restrictions, on the other.
sad guilty not right missed placed i had a death so i feel not right
i want to know the answer
The word 'stressed' has multiple meanings. It can mean to place importance on a thing, as in Following the rules is stressed. It can mean to have placed emphasis on a sound or word, as in I said NO! But I would assume you mean to feel strain placed upon oneself, I am so stressed!
You would feel lonely and sad
Judaism does not feel that Jesus fulfilled any part of the role of the Jewish Messiah. It is Christianity and Islam that assert that he did.
The Jewish ancestral land is the modern state of Israel. This land has had an uninterrupted Jewish presence for over 3000 years.
It depends on the young man in question as to whether he would be upset if you kissed your finger and placed it on his lips. If you feel he likes you and is shy then give it a go.
I would feel very sad. I would also feel very angry at him because I would have trusted him a lot.
you know if it's placed correctly if you cannot feel it. if you feel it at all then you didn't push it up far enough. i used a tampon applicator to insert the nuva ring. so it goes up farther.