Good California matchmaking provides information that could benefit all of the many ethnic groups in California. Some of those ethnic groups honor religious traditions that are unfamiliar to many western matchmakers. Good California matchmaking leads to the development of guides to activities associated with a diverse number of religious traditions.
A good California matchmaker might want to initiate participation in one or more of California’s many interfaith groups. In that way the matchmaker could have access to updated information on future activities for local Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims. Then the matchmaker could offer the appropriate young people a way to respect a family tradition, while also pursuing a possible future partner.
Good California matchmaking seeks out as much information as possible about special ethnic festivals. For example, a good California matchmaker would devote a large part of January and February to a survey of information on planned activities for the Chinese New Year. Then in late February and early March, that same matchmaker would need to secure all the facts concerning activities for the Persian New Year.
A good California matchmaker would know that the Persian New Year was called No Rooz. A good California matchmaker would study carefully the times before and after the start of No Rooz, when young people gathered together. The matchmaker would thus learn about the “fire jumping” on the Tuesday night just before No Rooz. The matchmaker would realize that many young people went to the picnic held two weeks after day one of the Persian New Year.
Good California matchmaking also takes into consideration all of the young people who have shown an interest in one or more socially-minded organizations. Many young people, for example, participate in activities sponsored by environmental groups. A good matchmaker would know that two soul mates could meet during that type of activity. The matchmaker would want to encourage the chances for such a meeting.
Good California matchmaking would alert young Californians to the advantages of working as a volunteer, even if only for a short time. A matchmaker might, for instance, suggest that young people volunteer to work at the Festival of Books held every April on the UCLA campus. Among the huge crowd expected at that event, one would stand a good chance of finding a possible dating partner.
In anticipation of a future pairing, a matchmaker might want to include in one or more publications a list of good local restaurants. In that way, a pair matched for the first time would be more apt to find a place where the two of them could enjoy their first date.