Old fashioned jewish dating
Put your best image forward, but be honest in representing yourself.
Avoid boring dialog and mind games that will rob you of the opportunity to meet sincere members who are truly looking for that special someone.
I love nature, animals, children, gardening, a walk through a museum, concerts, travel. If you believe that sex is within marriage and desire a traditional Jewish wedding and Shomer Negia life. Arts & Crafts, Sports, Reading, Learning, Music, TV, Movies, Internet, Games, Dancing, Family, Dining, Photography, Religion, spirituality, Theater, Travel, Cooking, Gardening, Cars, Camping, Fishing, Playing cards, Gambling, Volunteering, Computers, Shopping I'm on this site, because I have a mixed race family and I want someone my grandchildren can relate to and who can be a positive male influence on them.
I love a good restaurant where I can keep at least Biblical Kosher. I want a menche who shares love of Torah and increased observance, without religiosity. That is key--a man who has dedicated his life to understanding Ha Shem and the workings of the Universe. Possibly is a Rabbi, or community leader who is not against a woman learning Torah.
There are also a lot of non-Jewish introduction agencies out there, such as the long established service, Drawing Down the Moon.
Making Jewish Free Online Dating Services Work Joining a free online dating site can successfully put you in touch with partner of your dreams. Each member’s profile is available for viewing, helping you discover possible candidates for long term friendship, or even romance.
There are many ways to meet new people—some very old-fashioned (like using a matchmaker) and others more modern (like speed dating). Matchmakers, or Shidduchim in Hebrew, have a long history in the Jewish tradition.
Hedi Fisher, a Holocaust survivor now living in London, was so successful at matchmaking that she wrote a book (available on uk) on the subject.
So whatever your reasons, it’s important to be totally honest as to why you wish to start dating.
Once you’ve worked this out, it’s equally important to be up front with anyone you go out on a date with, as you can’t just assume that other people are dating for the same reasons as you are.