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April 19, 1985 - Image 61

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FANNY BRICE B.B.G.

ROCK 'N' ROLL
THRU THE AGES DANCE

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ceiying of the Torah at Mount
Sinai, Jews labored to maintain
this distinctive difference. It al-
ways represented the first step in
sanctification of the peoplehood of
Israel.
The first waves of immigration
to these shores brought a change
in attitude in observant behavior.
The expressed purpose was not to
be recognized as a Jew. Break
down all barriers and be lost in .a
melting pot was the initial goal
and purpose. "Let us be like all the
nations" was the motto and the
price we paid in numbers matches
the physical Holocaust of our
people this century. To parap-
hrase the Passover query, How is
this people different from all other
people? The answer — all nations
may eat anything, Jews have a ,
selective diet. Discarding this dif-
ference forces a wedge that leads
to assimilation and loss of iden-
tity.
That is the great and striking
contribution which Judaism has
made to the concept of worship
and service of God. God is served
not only in formal acts of worship
in a synagogue, but in every sim-
ple action of the common day. And
God is served not only with the
spiritual side of man's being, but
even with that part of him which
is regarded as belonging to the
animal side of his nature.
It is that grand concept which
underlies what are commonly
called the dietary laws. For
Judaism prescribes not only how
man shall eat, but what man shall
eat, and in what he eats, in his
adherence to these laws, he serves
God while engaged in the act of
physical satisfaction. We have
heard from time to time the sneer-
ing remark that Judaism with its
insistence on rigid adherence to
these laws is a "religion of the
kitchen." The answer is obvious.
On the contrary, Judaism is the
only religion which invades even
the kitchen, and which says
"Even here you can serve God,
even here you can act according to
His will."
There is a story of a sage of un-
usual virtue and holiness who
asked for the privilege of visiting
paradise. His wish was granted,
and he was trasported to paradise,
where he saw sages of previous
generations studying the Torah.
"But they did the same thing on
earth," he exclaimed. A heavenly
voice answered, "The sages are
not in paradise, paradise is in the
sages."
This is not limited to sainted
scholars. There is a paradise
within every child of God. We gain
inner paradise through the divine
soul that enables us to search for
truth, to establish justice, perform
good deeds, and attain holiness.
The character and self discipline
prerequisite to holiness begins
with the introduction of the diet-
ary laws. "To differentiate be-
tween the pure and impure, and
between the living thing that may
be eaten and the living thing that

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