Interview with Marcie Murray

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Title

Interview with Marcie Murray

Subject

Judaism, St. Louis Park

Description

Marcie Murray discusses the beauty of Orthodox Judaism

Creator

Maya Margolis

Publisher

Religion Department (Carleton College)

Date

5/15/2016

Contributor

Maggie Goldberger

Format

Audio

Type

.m4a

Identifier

MarcieInterview.m4a

Coverage

St. Louis Park, MN

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Transcription

I just know that when I do have interactions with anybody, Jew or non-Jew, and I behave in the right way, it’s called a Kiddush Hashem, then I am sanctifying God’s name as a representative of an orthodox community. And I try my best to do that in any situation that I am in. I think that Orthodox Judaism is the best kept secret ever. When I became religious, it was like ‘how come nobody knows about this stuff.’ This is really unbelievably gorgeous, beautiful ideas that are really food for your thought. I think a lot of people are very lonely and very disconnected from other people, and Judaism is the connection, it’s the way to connect, and also to find like minded people that have similar values, whether you want to couch them in Judaism or not, whether the values of being mensch-like, to be nice to other people, to be kind to other people.

Duration

1:10

Citation

Maya Margolis, “Interview with Marcie Murray,” Religions in Minnesota, accessed October 22, 2019, https://religionsmn.carleton.edu/items/show/4414.

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