Greta wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:46 amIt depends on the members. Dad had little to do with it, being anomalously christened C of E because to be a young Jew in Vienna in the 20s and 30s was hazardous. I don't think the family were much into the whole Jewish thing, aside from life event rituals. So Dad, the Jewish C of E married a Catholic in a registry office. Some of my cousins are bona fide Jewish (Dad's elder half sister was fully Jewish) and they would at least hold a modicum of the cultural side.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:34 amDid your family consider it a blood-line or strictly cultural?
As for me, I see myself as entirely secular although I was quite keen on Buddhism in my 20s
buddism. I find that "religion" interesting and worthy in some aspects.
do you still value buddism today or not so much anymore?
would like to know more about this if you are willing (not that is is any of my business - its not). value conversation though, and would love to know more.