I had been considering converting to Judaism for many years, it is the best choice for me and the views I have about the way the world should work. In 2002, I am married a non-Jew who at the time told me he was going to convert as well. That never happened and put my plans on hold. So now several years, a divorce and 1 awesome little girl later, I am back on track to have the life I need and desire. The University of Judaism is here in LA so I am going to investigate taking classes again. And I am also doing lots of reasearch on what it takes to convert myself and my 17 month old daughter to Judaism. I will let you all now my progress.
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This is our only chance to be alive. It doesnt matter what comes next. I just want to experience everything good that I can with the people I love, especially my 16 months old daughter, so we can share those memories long after we are gone from this reality.