This is actually a really hard question and I don’t think I am the right person to give you advices but I’ll try my best! I don’t want to tell you to do something that you will regret later, and if the both life careers are equally attractive to you, the only thing I can say is to make a list of advantages and disadvantages of those two life paths. Discuss it with your family and friends, hear their opinions and advices, maybe they will tell you something that will help you choosing. Moving in to an other country with a totally different language and culture might be a little bit of a shock for some, but do not get discouraged. First steps are the hardest ones. New people, new place - basically everything new. Then it gets only better and better. You should make some preparations though. Learning the language is one of the most important things. As for the antisemitism in my country - it’s like everywhere else. There are intelligent people who know that it does not matter where you are from and what religion you believe in and there are less intelligent people who have their own opinions. The second group is fortunately still shrinking though. Of course you could become a rabbi here. There is nothing you can’t do. Or at least there are really just few things that you can’t do. But it’s not important! Doing what you really want and what makes you happy is important. If being a marine biologist is your dream, do it. If living in Germany is your dream, be a marine biologist in Germany. Or become a rabbi! Ooor maybe you will soon find another thing you would like to do in your future? I hope I could be even a little bit helpful, I tried. Good luck!!
The answer is obviously no and I’m sure that your friend knows that perfectly. Also, the word »Jews« starts with a capital letter.
there you go anon!! hehe i missed drawing my baby
i have no idea
We actually have a whole collection of DTH shirts
I really hope you are okay!! Everything’s going to be fine, I keep my fingers crossed for you!
no it was just a wind