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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    My friend did a thesis on the Hasidic community in New York and found a lot of restrictions similar to this. While I support all types of cultures observing the way that they think is right, I do think that it's time for Hasidic Jews to update certain practices based on our changing future. A lot of Amish communities have- but I get it- it's so rooted in history. I love the story of Luzer Twersky deciding to leave the community- it's a strong reinvention story: