When you date someone who's from a different walk of life than you, you gain an entirely new view of the world.

You learn all about their food, their religion and their values.

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My grandmother once told me, "When you're looking for a life partner, it's best to date someone who's Jewish."Why?

"Because it's one less thing to fight about."The waters of romance can be rough, and avoiding the iceberg of "What religion will we raise our children as? As much as I love my wild and crazy grandmother, I never listened to this specific piece of wisdom.

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.

After being together for some time, I downloaded Greek-learning apps on my phone for weeks, practicing greetings and conversational words.

Learning their native tongue was a priority of mine.

Not everyone is raised the same way you were, especially when you become an adult and move away from your hometown.

When you enter the workforce, you'll be faced with coworkers and bosses who are from all over the world. The biggest asset you can bring with you is When you become comfortable interacting with others interculturally and exhibit the patience you need, you'll be able to succeed further in your everyday life.

I've fallen in love with my soulmate who's from a completely different world than I am from.

I was raised American with traditional Jewish values.

Plus, employers often look for unique qualities like bilingualism.