Are you asking yourself the following question:
“Is Birthright-Israel just “too Jewish” for me?"
Its a reasonable question asked by many potential candidates and sadly they sometimes decide for themselves that it just seems to be too Jewish for them. They never apply, and so never experience the best 10 days of their lives. That’s such a pity because the answer I know Birthright Israel would give ( and Sachlav | Israelonthehouse) would be a resounding "NO. As long as you are eligible for a trip, it will definitely not be "too Jewish" for you!"
But lets take a step back - Whats the real question that's being asked? It isn't whether Birthright Israel is too Jewish, but rather...
“Am I Jewish enough?”,or even “Will everyone else know so much more about Judaism and make me look bad?”.
This challenge of confidence is a very real barrier that stops some people from ever receiving their birthright. I hope that in this short blog I can give you some information to answer
Life – It’s all about cramming in the best adventures, places, moments, and memories. First step is to write your “bucket list”. If you need a little help getting started, or feel like you haven’t got enough checks on your list, we’ve got a list of the best things to do in Israel.
10 Days To Boost Your Bucket List
We all joke about having “bucket lists” – some of us genuinely do have a “100 things to do before we die” lists – it may be that you want to travel the world or perhaps grow old with someone you love; maybe you want to fly first class or you’d like to ride an elephant? A Birthright Israel trip is a bucket lister's dream: you can ride a camel, pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, raft down the River Jordan; float in the Dead Sea, watch the sunrise atop Masada, or simply go clubbing in Tel Aviv – and it's all free – a 10 day gift from Birthright Israel to every young Jewish adult aged 18-26.
So this winter you can get your bucket lis