Finding romance isn’t easy, especially in the comparatively small Baha'i community. And once you do find that special someone, it takes work to make the relationship a success. But thanks to some digital entrepreneurs, finding love and holding onto it has gotten a little simpler.
As reported recently on the Today Show, there's a website for single Baha'is.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640Adam O’Toole, co-founder of the Baha'i dating website www.twodoves.net, met his wife, Cecilie, online in 2004. “It was fantastic to meet on the web, but the people running that particular site weren’t Baha'i so they didn’t understand some of the intricacies of running a dating site for Bahai’s and we thought we could do better,” he said.
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