"What Judaism Means to Me" Essay by Gertrude Weil, Page 1 of 5

<p>In these pages, Weil expands upon her conception of religion, which in her opinion &quot;includes the <i>whole</i> of life.&quot; As usual, she places strong emphasis on the ethical aspects of Judaism and the Jewish ideal of righteousness, but she also points to the importance of a spiritual sense of exaltation and of the feeling of &quot;kinship with all other Jews.&quot;</p>
<p>Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.</p>

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Jewish Women's Archive. ""What Judaism Means to Me" Essay by Gertrude Weil, Page 1 of 5." (Viewed on July 18, 2019) <https://jwa.org/media/essay-by-gertrude-weil-0>.

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