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Meshuga means “crazy” in Yiddish. A person who is meshuga is called a meshuganer.
Whether you are a curious non-Jew, or a Jew who wishes to refresh your knowledge of this crucial part of Jewish life, this is the place for you.
Whether you are a curious non-Jew, or a Jew who wishes to refresh your knowledge of this crucial part of Jewish life, this is the place for you.
With a little education—and a lot of help, support and advice from friends and others in my life—I decided to take the kosher plunge.
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Hyper-creative, infinite and original designer of innumerable worlds seeks meaningful relationship with finite, corporeal being with intent to build a home together. Heaven is nice, but it’s time to get down to earth. Blueprints, materials, real estate … everything is prepared and ready for implementation. All that’s needed is your willingness to take this forward—with passion, with love, with wisdom, with wonder—and with total dedication to invest every talent you have into making something truly awesome...
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