Jewish dating places to go
Why isn't matchmaking a staple in Jewish life and the avenue by which singles meet anymore?
The author is right that singles events are painful and for a very good reason= who wants to announce to the world, Im single and lonely?
Aish Ha Torah branches around the world are an ideal place to meet lots of eligible singles, and learn some amazing Torah along the way.
We all know that it isn't easy to find that "special someone." Besides, is it so important to marry another Jewish person, anyway? Furthermore, there are, in fact, so many Jewish singles out there that in most cases dating Jews is not very limiting at all. Here are some time-tested tips to making it happen -- soon. Almost every major city today has parts of town which are 'more Jewish,' and parts of town which are 'less Jewish.' Live where Jews live.
It is important to marry someone Jewish, whether born Jewish or sincerely converted. The main reasons I give are threefold: (a) with many fewer areas of disagreement (holidays, kids' religious education, etc), same faith marriages report significantly higher happiness and more success than interfaith relationships, whether Hindu-Muslim, Protestant-Catholic, or Jewish-Christian; (b) the children of same-faith marriages generally grow-up with a clearer sense of identity and higher self-esteem; (c) the chances of Jewishness lasting in a same-faith family are far, far higher than in an family where one parent is non-Jewish, even if he or she agrees to allow to raise the child as a Jew. All this being said, how are you going to meet your mate?
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The 2001 National Jewish Population Survey revealed that over 1/3 of American Jewish adults are presently single. Aside from improving the statistical chance of you bumping into someone Jewish at the local Starbucks, it makes all kinds of Jewish networking much easier.
WAY #2: Join a Torah class Jewish learning today is constantly expanding.