I think, that I came to God not because I love Him, but because I did not
I am devoted to being a rabbi, no distractions are necessary.
I need a wife.
I got you, Rabbi.
Leo Finkle was as student, relentlessly hoping to be a Rabbi some day, with a declaration of doing it because he didn't love god.
He had for six years devoted himself almost entirely to his studies, as a result of which, understandably, he had found himself without time for a social life and the company of young women
I want her! She truly is the one.
She is my daughter!
To further his image in being a good family man Rabbi, he goes with Mr. Salzman, the matchmaker for help. He sees Salzman as merely a salesman. He thinks of Saltzman as pushy, deceitful and machinating
I've grown as a person, and as an upcoming rabbi.
He went on countless dates with countless women, but still no one had stolen his eye.
After tiredly dating lots of women, he came across the picture of one women who he had fallen head over heels for. As he tells Salzmen, he says that was his own daughter. Leo kept on insisting that she was the one.
Leo comes to believe that we find God in our interactions with other people; if we cut ourselves off from them, we cut ourselves off from God. he goes from wanting a wife in order to further his career as a rabbi to getting a wife so he can learn to love man and, by extension, God