Stella, if you love the Orthodox Church for the sake of Christ, then by all means, come on in. Like Mike, though, I just want to make sure you're aware that you'll find a lot of the same problems here as where you're coming from. That includes parishioners who don't share your zeal, corrupt and crazy clergy, rationalism and over-intellectualization of the faith (even if it's peppered with words like "mystical", "empirical", "ascetic," etc.), and in some quarters even a crushing legalism. A prime example would be the Old Calendarist movement and also milder zealotry around enforcing canons. There are even "rules" set up which have no apparent basis in any canonical tradition. In the Russian church, for instance, there are many who are certain that one cannot take communion on a Sunday without attending vespers and confession on the previous night and then praying two canons, an akathist, and an order of preparation for communion at home. I'm sure the possibility of this stuff has occurred to you, I just want to make sure you're aware that, while we may be the Church, we have plenty of our own human problems.