I have those same plans for my clients, so we want to get things in line and keep everybody’s lives stable and smooth.” On the importance of the matchmaker in Judaism “Without a matchmaker, really, the Jewish people wouldn’t be here.
Any part of the world where people want and believe in their people and want to see them live on, the only way to do that is by being matched up and continuing to bring more people into the world and to continue on with your beliefs.” “I would say like in ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’ you know, like, ‘Tradition!
’ You know, like, we want to continue with our traditions.
And a matchmaker doesn’t have to be somebody professional.
Based on the book by Yiddish master storyteller Sholem Aleichem, Tevye attempts to preserve his family and Jewish traditions while outside influences threaten to derail all he knows.