Dating someone from a different culture
But, instead of embarking on a journey across the world, I’ve embarked on the journey of cross-culture romance.
After being together for some time, I downloaded Greek-learning apps on my phone for weeks, practicing greetings and conversational words.
The best part about this kind of relationship is that you create your own mini culture.
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.
When you are accustomed to going through life with one lens, things get fuzzy when the focus changes.