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All strands of society are being targeted – even, it seems, nuns and monks, who according to Japanese Buddhist tradition, do not take celibacy vows but are encouraged to marry to ensure the survival of hereditary family temples.The nun matchmaking event was the brainchild of Masataka Sekine, a monk from Shibata in Niigata prefecture, northwest Japan, in collaboration with the Tokyo-based matchmaking company Two Ai Links.It follows their successes staging four monk matchmaking events across the country over the past two years, which resulted in 31 couples and four marriages.The events were aimed at helping Japan’s 75,000 temple families hit hard by the nation’s demographic decline, according to Mr Sekine, who also organises yoga and Italian organic cuisine at his temple to attract younger generations.But when you actually ask yourself why, it gives you clarity and honesty.According to one of the senior nuns, more often than not when she is attracted to someone she realizes she is actually attracted to a quality they have, that she wishes she had in her. I came to recover from burn out, and what I found was not only wisdom and practice around how to be present with life, but also wisdom on love.
“Where you are employed should not override your religious freedom nor limit your access to health care,” she tells Yahoo Beauty." data-reactid="25"Sara Hutchinson Ratcliffe, domestic program director for Catholics for Choice, agrees.
I don’t like to be presumptuous, but I’d wager that a nun is probably not the first person to pop into your head if you’re looking for dating advice. ‘It shouldn’t be a consumer experience – no “laundry lists” of what you’re looking for in a spouse.
She told me: ‘From what I can see, modern dating often misses the whole purpose of dating. Deepen your life-experiences by reflecting on them.
Marriages have hit a record post-war low, with only 653,740 tying the knot last year, according to recent government figures, while average marrying ages have increased to 31 for men and 29 for women.
• Rise of Japan's middle-aged virgins Rising childcare costs and economic instability combined with a decline in the number of young women have contributed to a falling fertility rate (dropping to a figure of 1.4 babies over the lifetime of the average woman, well below the "rate of replacement".) As a result, the government and private companies are investing in initiatives such as matchmaking parties to encourage younger generations to marry and have babies.
And despite a recent push from Pope Francis to modernise the Catholic Church, most members of the clergy are still deeply conservative in their beliefs. Get so wrapped up in a good cause, in helping others that you aren’t lonely. Within your relationship, make love and sex a lifelong art 9.