I wear my kippah full-time for two reasons. First, out of a sense of humility before God. Now raise your hand if you’ve ever met someone with an Irish last name and assumed they were Jewish. That’s the other reason.
The beauty of Reform Judaism is the freedom to adopt traditional practices that speak to your heart. The beast of Reform Judaism is getting the fish eye from Reform Jews who think adopting tradition makes you Orthodox. Problem is, tradition is just what many potential converts–like me and my kippah-covered head–are attracted to.