Dating cultures around the world
The time and effort, the secret recipes and the love that is put into making a food from your own culture makes all of the difference in the taste. While culture sometimes intersects in morals and lessons, it's always interesting to learn and absorb new traditions.
If you If you don't believe me, ask any Italian if Nonna's chicken cutlets taste like store-bought ones. The biggest thing one learns when dating someone from a different culture is patience and understanding.
A college girl working three jobs and saving for her loans and her future couldn't make her "travel around the world in 80 days" dream a reality.
But, instead of embarking on a journey across the world, I've embarked on the journey of cross-culture romance.
Plus, employers often look for unique qualities like bilingualism.
Being able to say I can speak another language makes me stand out from the crowd and expands my own personal experience. While there are tons of "authentic Greek restaurants" all over New York City, there is nothing quite like eating lamb or spanikopita that my boyfriend's grandparents made.
The best part about this kind of relationship is that you create your own mini culture.
But, do any of us to learn the language of his or her ethnicity.
My boyfriend's grandparents, while they do know English, speak Greek as their native tongue.
When my boyfriend and I discuss our futures, we talk about the blending of both Judaism and Greek-Orthodox cultures, celebrating all holidays and keeping all traditions.
In a global society and economy, raising children multiculturally will not only benefit them, but will make them more diverse and well-rounded citizens of the world.
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