|Dating is always a result of compatibility and chemistry between two people. When you feel giddy and electricity seem to pass from the roots of your hair down to tips of your toes, then most probably you'll be wanting to experience even one special moment with that person. |
Dinner by candlelight, rose petals strewn on every space available on the floor, soft music from the string quartet in the background, delicious food and expensive wine. Not to mention the presence of the person that we feel would make us special. This is what we see as an ideal date.
But how about if the other person is different, say, with his beliefs and religion? Have you ever imagined dating someone Jewish for example, when you yourself is a Christian or a Buddhist, maybe.
So what happened with compatibility, you ask. You said compatibility should be present for a date to be successful, you ask again.
They say that diversity is the spice of life. It becomes boring somehow when you often date someone with the same background, same religion, same tastes, and even same block.
Have you ever thought, even for one single moment, how it is to date a Jew? Yes, a Jew.
Jews are commonly stereotyped as tedious, straight, and more often than not boring to the extreme. But what could deconstruct this proverbial belief but to tell you that they do have a sense of excitement and adventure when it comes to dating.
When before they are closed to the idea of dating other religion, now they have come to view dating as some sort of getting to know more people, where eventually they would be able to meet their future spouses.
And yes, they do participate in online dating. In fact, most of the Jewish couples are proud to say that they met their partners via the internet. Times have really changed. And it changed big time.
And because they believe in love being the outcome of deep appreciation of each individual's goodness, it's no wonder then that Jewish men and women are getting to be attractive to those romantic others that are definitely not part of their circle. They particularly believe that goodness is what moves people to love. And what moves Jewish men and women to love others is the innate goodness that they know is in each and everyone of us, no matter their religion. If the shoe fits, then they tie the knot.
Dating a Jew is like an irresistible challenge and it's great to face a host of interesting challenges just to get the love you truly deserve.
So what are you waiting for? Go grab yourself a Jew. You might never know what you missed if you stay in your box and never experience the diversity and difference in people that life has to offer.
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Nathalie Medrano writes for Jewish Dating 247.com - If you are Jewish and looking for love then this is the site for you. Articles, Reviews and Links to the best Jewish Dating Sites on the Internet and the DrDating Forum - a
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