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We have the hormone oxytocin to thank for this: triggered by physical closeness, oxytocin causes (particularly in women) loss of critical judgment, bonding, and trust.A rose-colored screen descends, filtering out the negative and letting only the positive through - the result being that you see what you want to see and not the rest.But I was intrigued enough to want to look into it.Because I didn’t then believe in God, I didn’t ask myself, “What does God want from me?This rose-colored screen will eventually lift - usually after you get married.Then you’ll find yourself suddenly seeing your new spouse clearly.” I simply asked: “Could no touching before marriage actually .
We don’t touch until after the wedding ceremony.“Yikes! When I first heard about this at age 22, that was my initial reaction too.
When you tell someone, “I'm really enjoying getting to know you, but I don’t want to get physical,” essentially one of two things will happen. When you don’t get physically involved, you’re more likely to know if what you’re feeling is the beginning of genuine love for the other person - the basis of an enduring relationship.
I’m guessing that few Christians will be willing to refrain from touch before marriage.
As an Orthodox Jew living in Jerusalem, it constantly strikes me that Judaism’s teachings are not just for Jews - at least they shouldn’t be.
Judaism is wisdom for living; anyone struggling to figure out life can benefit from it.