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The term "normal Jew" has no actual meaning.

If the question intends to ask about the differences between Reform Jews and Orthodox Jews, there are certainly more requirements and difficulties inherent in being an Orthodox Jew.

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Q: Is it harder to be a reform jew or a normal jew?
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