It's really inspiring how you're making religious practice a bigger part of your life to compensate for being a drug-using homosexual slut. I bet Yahweh is totally fooled.
it’s “really inspiring” how you’re making yourself the high and mighty example despite the fact that you stand in judgement of others instead of focusing where you’re missing the mark in your own life, and hide behind anonymity to top it all off. you obviously have no place to speak from in the first place since you posit religious observance as mutually exclusive from transgression (not even gonna confirm, deny or argue what you are accusing me of re: what is and isn’t transgression, you aren’t worth the nuance). observance is not about “fooling” god - it’s about doing what we can to live ethically and practice the mitzvot we can as inherently imperfect individuals and fostering and growing a connection to god and our communities. you aren’t “fooling” god either, with your sanctimony, god sees you being cowardly and petty and standing in judgement without looking at your own miserable conduct. have a wonderful shabbos (even though you are quite blatantly not a jew) <3 <3 <3