The newest edition of Dina-Perla’s Passion Punch is dedicated to the Netflix production ‘My unorthodox life’ about a blended family breaking free from a Jewish orthodox community in the US. It is about the backlash that the production caused. Mostly, it is about the fundament of old works created by men many centuries ago, dictating current everyday life in these sorts of closed-up communities. I provide some quotes of the Shulchan Aruch to make this tangible. However, no goal, no religion, no belief system, no land, no nothing is worth loosing our humanity, which seems so obvious in the seculair or civil parts of society – thus to the majority of people. Yet, unfortunately this principle is still necessary to live by and to protect with the many risks and unnecessary personal suffering happening within closed-up communities until today.