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QW 022812 “Matchmaking Service for Monks”

Question1: Do you have a problem with using matchmaking services to find “your” future wives (or husbands)?
My answer for Q1: I’d find nothing ethically wrong with resorting to any kinds of matchmaking services to obtain as many opportunities as possible to find your best possible partner.

Question2: Do you have a problem with using matchmaking services to find Monks’ future wives?
My answer for Q2: It’s theoretically possible and ethically okay, but technically unlikely to be successful.

The above questions are what we discussed during tonight’s Skype lesson. As I said earlier, I have no objections, reservation, or hesitation in using matchmaking services if it’s necessary or there are no other options. However, the conditions that single monks seek in their future wives make me wonder how many ladies in the modern world are willing to live with in-laws or be adopted by their husbands’ families. A Skype lesson tutor developed our discussion by asking me whether it is possible for ladies to be attracted by single monks given those difficult requirements. I responded to him out of my sheer imagination as follows; there could be some women who are attracted by the guys who are leading strictly-regulated lives, such as monks, adore their stoicism and fantasize those guys too romantically. Plus, those guys are unlikely to cheat on their wives because they have far less opportunities to socialize with other women, and thus can be more faithful to their wives. I could be completely wrong here. Do you have any thoughts on that?

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