The Popular Mosaic Tradition

The Mosaic religion is, at its origins, a Hebrew religion, since the Hebrews created it, lived by it for generations; its holy days and anniversaries are related to events of our people (similar to Shinto, the Japanese religion).

The popular Mosaic tradition should be cherished, respected and preserved as one of the components of the Hebrew culture (so, we should continue to don masks and to eat cakes on Purim, to eat latkes and to give Hanukkah “gelt” to our kids, to visit the synagogues, etc.). We should stick to the popular Mosaic tradition not because but in spite of the acts of our present-day Orthodox establishment.

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