Busted Halo

Monica Rozenfeld moves to Brooklyn with two roommates — a Catholic and an observant Jew — and they each seek understanding of what it means to be religious.

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April 4th, 2011

Sometimes you just don’t have all the answers


Busted Halo readers – Girls Meet G-d readers especially – thank you for making us feel like we are not alone.  That there are other seekers in this world.  That we are always searching for answers to life’s questions.  Like, what am I supposed to do with my life?  How do I know he’s the one?  Am I really supposed to observe the Sabbath?

You answer, and we love you for that.  It is heartbreaking for me (Farrah) to know that many people on this Earth go on with their days without any holiness in the mundane.  That they don’t factor in a higher power to their everyday life.  But you remind me that there’s a whole slew of people who do believe.  So thank you.  Because this year hasn’t been the easiest, and challenges are everywhere.  G-d tests us all the time.  Thanks for the encouragement to pass them.


Annie, Monica, and Farrah

The Author : Farrah Fidler
Farrah Fidler is a publicist and social media consultant. A native New Yorker, and recent transplant to Brooklyn, she has always been a soul searcher and is constantly looking for new ways to connect with G-d.
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