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His work has been translated into Spanish, French and Portuguese..
Presuming too much intimacy, by Richard Cohen A Jewish Valentine’s Day: Love is the Ultimate Mitzvah, by Rabbi Benjamin Blech Is it OK to Celebrate Valentine’s Day, or is it Against Judaism?
Akiva Tatz is a world-renowned lecturer on Jewish thought and philosophy.
He is the author of Worldmask, Living Inspired, The Thinking Jewish Teenager''s Guide to Life, and Letters to a Buddhist Jew, published by Targum Press.
S., he moved to Israel where he practised both in hospital and general medicine in Jerusalem and engaged in a number of years Talmudic study and later teaching in Jewish thought and medical ethics in Jerusalem.
Since you are going to have to draw the line somewhere, it may as well be here.
By the way, there is a Jewish stigma to male ear piercing, since this was a Biblical sign of a slave who wasn't interested in going free.
Akiva Tatz is an international lecturer and author of note.
He has written five highly acclaimed works on the deeper aspects of Judaism, some of which have been translated into Russian, French, Spanish and Portuguese.