Bahai dating web site
They were cool people, and I found a lot to admire in them and the religion they follow. As a matter of fact, I was at the Temple in Wilmette this past Sunday; what a wonderful place.
But I could never embrace the Baha'i faith personally, mainly because of their goal of one world theocratic government, but also because of their exclusion of gays and lesbians, and the exclusion of women from their highest echelons, the Universal House of Justice, even though they espouse racial, sexual, and religious tolerance and equality. And while our actual numbers are small -Baha'is make up about 1/10 of 1% of the world's population- Baha'i is the second most widespread religion in the world, behind Christianity.
Both my children are Bahai’s and my oldest son is currently serving in Haifa for 2 years. I love music and dance and the arts and appreciate seeing talent expressed.
I am in the natural healthcare field and am very interested in caring for my health. I work a lot currently and need to find more time for personal development. I attend almost all local Bahai events and try to stay involved in the community.
I was raised as a Roman Catholic so many of my Baha'i values are actually just Christian ones that are reaffirmed by the Baha'i Faith.
It's much better, in my opinion, to date someone with similar core values even if they are not Baha'i.
I read aloud, practice holistic wellness, teach, & love living things.
This has come from the exhortations of the Writings, encouraging Baha'is to travel from their homes to establish Baha'i communities, and to teach the Faith. I am glad there is a thread about the Baha'i Faith on a dating site.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.