I have a question that I'm hoping my faithful readers (and maybe a few rabbis) can chime in on. The topic?
Celibacy & Judaism
Note: I know that Judaism doesn't endorse celibacy. The idea has always been that a rabbi needs to know how to advise those who ask him questions, so shouldn't he be married and experienced and able to answer questions via personal experience and a sense of empathy and/or sympathy? I know I'm simplifying here, but please discuss!