It's a terrible idea to spend too much time together.
This is true whether you're meeting for the first time, or getting together again for a second, third, or even fifth meeting.
Aish students come from the spectrum of the Jewish world – left, right, secular, observant, affiliated and not.
Aish synagogues observe Orthodox standards, but then again Aish seminars have been presented in Conservative and Reform temples.
Bar Ilan is currently Israel's largest academic community with 32,000 students, scientists and staff.
Bar Ilan has been at the forefront of archeological research, social work, and Torah-dissemination projects.
In fact, one of the biggest mistakes long-distance daters make is trying to cram too much time together into their compressed schedule.
We can't tell you how many promising courtships we've seen dissolve after the dating partners spent just about every waking hour with each other over the three, five or seven days they were together in the same city.Aish was founded to combat assimilation, alienation and indifference among Jews.We welcome Jews of all affiliations, beliefs, and traditions. As educators, our goal is to re-ignite Jewish pride by teaching Jews about their heritage and its contribution to humanity. That’s because every Jew is in some respect "observant." Is there any Jew who does not give charity, honor their parents, and feel pride in the State of Israel?Check out the following 10 signs that show your sweetie’s really into you. He Calls for no Reason If your guy’s really into you, he doesn’t wait five days after a date to call you. He Actively Seeks out your Company Not only does your guy call if he’s really into you, but he also makes an effort to see you regularly.Instead, he calls you whenever he feels like it, even if it’s just to say hi and see how your day is going. And it’s not just about having a hot date on Saturday night.Like if you like sports, she should like it that you like sports, and she should keep the chips and dip coming." -Alan, age 10 "No person really decides before they grow up who they're going to marry.