Modern orthodox dating
During the school year many families in Appalachia depend on school meal programs to help feed their children.“Soon By You.” It’s a wish, a blessing, a phrase that single Modern Orthodox Jews who are dating too often hear from well-meaning family and friends.Generally, an avoidance of the secular world is encouraged, and barriers are seen as critical to protecting against secular influences.Such individuals embrace a Hasidic philosophy, which includes a commitment to the emotional/spiritual element of Torah observance.
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However, they are modern in the sense that they are not "Yeshivish" (see the next category) and readily engage in the secular world while leading an Orthodox observant life.
These tend to be individuals who identify more strongly with the Yeshivish-black-hat community, but feel that working in society is an essential part of their Judaism.
These tend to be individuals who are Shabbat and Kosher observant, but have a more "relaxed" or "open" approach to Halacha, sometimes accepting leniencies that are not accepted by those who espouse strict adherence to the dictates of the Halacha.
Such individuals may, or may not be involved in regular and consistent Torah learning or prayer, although the general tendency is to be more "relaxed" in these areas as well.
This category was created out of a demand for a no-name brand "Orthodox" category.