The Jew's Views
Judaism My Self Esteem and My Mole
I had a hard time dating, because my mother told me that mole removal was not an option. God gave me my body and it was my my rental suit only. That mole was something He wanted me to have. Now I don’t want to get into the theology of the thing, but the truth is my mole mostly covered my right eye. Over and inch long and hairless, it hung down over the eye. You couldn’t make eye contact with me without staring at my mole. This makes dating a devout practice only. Only women who really are desperate for a Jewish man can get past the mole and even they are freaked when it touches them, which can happen when kissing.
I’m no casanova, nor would I want to be, but I have to find the right girl who will be with me for the rest of my life and hopefully beyond. I’ve been on dates, just two weeks ago a girl was very polite to me all throughout dinner. But when I leaned in for, simply a hug to say goodbye, she recoiled as my head approached, and I’m pretty sure it had nothing to do with proper etiquette, or the separation of the sexes.
It’s hard to meet women looking under a mole. I also feel like my mother is only taking up this argument because I once expressed an interest in tattoos. Most are aware that Jews with voluntary tattoos cannot be burried in a jewish cemetery. I think that rabbis would look the other way at mole removal. When it comes to my burial, I think my mother just likes to plan ahead, to a fault. But I researched how it would be removed. I saw how good a job could be done with moles today, it turns out that there is quite advanced procedures. Many of them can be done at my local dermatologists office. If he if the doctor has familiarity with the procedure it’s simple and can be done in less than an hour. One worry I had, was if I had to take any time off work but because of my boss, isn’t the best, lets say. but I was in and out in less than an hour, and back to work the next day. Incredible.