Hi, I have a question about Shloshim (as well as other stages of bereavement). One of my characters recently buried a sibling about 12 days prior to the scene they are in. What would the correct terminology for this be and how would you use it within a sentence? Would it be used within a preposition (i.e: “We are in shloshim,”)? Or would it be more of a noun (i.e: “This is my shloshim,”)? I’ve been searching for the past four hours or so and haven’t found anything solid. Thank you to anyone who can help give me some clarity!
If you haven’t already, I recommend reaching out to the author I tagged. I’m pretty certain she has the answers you’re looking for.
I’m only partly active, so thanks for tagging me again! I missed the first tag
@Ara.Pia I wish I could help, but unfortunately I’m a non-religious Jew (and I believe Shahar is, too?) and I’m not the best source of information. I highly suggest asking @kennedychase, she might have a good answer for you!
Thank you for the reference; I’ll ask after class!
Bee-ump! Still relevant but I’ve come up with a solution in case this doesn’t get answered!
Answered! @Sydney_H may you please close :))
Closed by OP request.