JDisagree all you want, but the fact remains that the Baha'i faith was started in Iran by Shia Muslims, and many Muslims still view it as a breakaway heretic sect of Islam.
I don't currently know any Baha'i in my area, but used to have a few Baha'i friends when I lived in New Orleans.
I love their "every 19 days feasts", and I love all their celebrations.
If you wanna know more about this religion, I suggest you to go to one of their gatherings and talk to a member of Bahai Spiritual Assembly.
just one thing to add at the end: if you wanna follow a religion, that's it!
or wait until you see the Bahai religion as the most widespread religion in the world!
More important: carefully consider why you want to go there. It's good to have more choices, but the truth is that I was disappointed in just about every site I researched.Here's why: Dating (within the understanding I have of the Bahá'í Faith) is for the purpose of getting to know more about a potential spouse. “A couple should study each other’s character and spend time getting to know each other before they decide to marry, and when they do marry it should be with the intention of establishing an eternal bond.” - Lights of Guidance, p.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I want to start a thread about some experiences Bahai's have had with dating, and life, and finding a workable path to appraoch relationships with, but first I was to see if there are even any Bahai's around.The Bahai Faith is not well known; it is a small religion originating in Persia and comes from the Judeo-Christian-Muslim tradition.380 Marriage is considered the basic unit of civilization, uniting not only two individuals, but two whole families, as well.Thus, it is too important to be trivialized or rendered temporary by inadequate planning before marriage.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...Sites I reviewed previously no longer exist, but Two Doves is obviously a long time labor of love and sacrifice.It was about the first serious site for Bahá'ís looking for marriage partners rather than just socializing, and still has good information on the Bahá'í concept of marriage and how to prepare for it.