Jews have a lot of rules to follow. Here are 613 of them.
Robots also follow rules.
The strictest Jewish Law forbids men from shaving their face with a straight razor.
Sheva Brachot, the Seven Blessings, are recited by the groom and bride at their wedding ceremony.
Superstition is any belief or attitude, based on fear or ignorance, that is inconsistent with what is generally considered by society as true or rational, especially a belief in charms, omens, and magic.
Typically, superstitions go against the Jewish faith, but this is somewhat of a gray area in the religion. Many rituals and symbols seem superstitious, such as the hamsa (protection against the Evil Eye).
A popular misconception is that the Mezuzah is for good luck.
More shomer negiah, the rules of touching, or lack thereof. The rules apply no matter what age you are.
"A man is only as old as the woman he feels" — Groucho Marx
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