Date: 2018-03-11 14:17
I was raised a Jew and have moved away from its roots. My Grandmother (Bubbie as we called her) will be passing in the next day or two. I find this very informative, as my Mother and others will be sitting shiva.
Do hot guys that are finically well off big big hearts wanna boy friend that is very handsome and wants to start a new chapter in my life exist?????????????????
I 8767 m realizing I would like someone a bit quirky/eccentric who can make me laugh. Otherwise things would become stale quite quickly.
Hi Mike, as an SB I thought I would chime in as well. The answer, really, is it all depends. I 8767 ve become friends with several SDs so if they were to now ask me to visit (and I were interested in being more than friends), I would not have a problem going to their respective city and even staying with them.
as a SD my question is to potential SB 8767 s. How would you want to meet a potential SD who lives far from you? Would you want him to visit you first or, what would encourage you to hop on a plane to fly to his city (assuming the SD pays your airfare)? Comments and thoughts are welcome.
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Perhaps those in a similar situation could use these words as a guide for composing their own notice. Visitors, upon reading such a message, will walk into the shiva home knowing what is proper to say and do. Such a message will help them and, by creating the proper atmosphere in the shiva home, will also help the mourners themselves.
Of course mourners still feel the pain of the loss, but Judaism recognizes that to a certain degree, the passage of time is able to ease and heal the pain. Being able to return to everyday life freely helps achieve this healing. The shiva was the worst period, the shloshim was very hard, and this stage is bad. In time, it will get better.
I 8767 m happy to hear things are going well with you and your potential SB have things continued to develop? What did you go to school for if you don 8767 t mind me asking?