If you are like me, perhaps you don't/didn't know much about the Jewish 'coming of age" tradition. My grand daughter had her "Bah Mitzfah" not long ago. So I had a chance to learn a little bit more.
I chose a couple to pass along to you ( paragraphs), including these which I will be reading Saturday.
Be Generous to those who need your help.
Be frugal with what you need yourself.
Be wise enough to know you do not know everything.
Be foolish enough to believe in miracles.
And the best (and final) paragraph:
Be loving to those that love you.
Be loving to those who do not love you, and they may change.
Above all...BE YOURSELF!
Plus, if you didn't know, the U.S. Reform Jews last November -Temples and synagogues affiliated with the nation's largest Jewish movement In a resounding voice vote, Reform Judaism embraced some of the most far-reaching policies for transgender people seen among any of the nation's mainstream religious organizations, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT advocates said.)
I think in my case, the apples fell and rolled and she went and picked them up!