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Karolina
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Karolina

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Lifetime seeker worshiping w/ Catholics trying to make peace w/ my disagreements w/o letting conservatives kick me out. It's my church, too. Nov 27, 2019

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    1. dybmh
      dybmh
      Just a quick note to say it's great to have you here :)
    2. Karolina
      Karolina
      Lifetime seeker worshiping w/ Catholics trying to make peace w/ my disagreements w/o letting conservatives kick me out. It's my church, too.
    3. Karolina
      Karolina
      Thanks! What did I write? lol. I looked in my book for spelling but I guess I didn't think about singular/plural distinctions. My bad :)
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      2. Rival
        Rival
        You wrote mitzvots hehe. No worries. The -t or -s ending for words like mitzvos, mitzvot, chassidus, chassidut, brachos, brachot etc. are both acceptable. It's also in the middle of words, e.g, hisbodedus or hitbodedut.

        Also, please note, I'm not a Hebrew speaker; I just pick this up along the way.
        Nov 20, 2019
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    4. Rival
      Rival
      Hi, I don't mean to be a pain but the plural for mitzvah is either mitzvot or mitzvos. You'll find the first used in Sefaradic and Standard Israeli speech and the second in Ashkenazi speech :) Just trying to help lol.
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    Gender:
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    Seeker who worships at Catholic Church
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    on-again, off-again lifelong spiritual seeker, raised and currently Catholic, questioning how my faith fits with my denominational affiliation.
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