I'm a believer.
In short, I choose to be a Jew and believe my creator will know my heart from my deeds rather than from my diet or dress. Having spent my youth in Orthodox surroundings, I have chosen not to be an Orthodox Jew. But I have not chosen to lose my association with being Jewish.
Bettylene W. Franzus
Johnson City, TN
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|Title Annotation:||Eric Alterman|
|Author:||Franzus, Bettylene W.|
|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2009|
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