We are not living in the 1980s and this in not Victorian Age where you need to be courted before you went on a date.Yes, remember you were told to make sure he calls first?The eight-year-old New York-based site—founded by former U. News & World Report national editor Steve Waldman—has caught the attention of its media peers.Aside from this year’s National Magazine Award, it also won the Online News Association’s 2003 award for general excellence in online journalism in the independent category for sites with more than 200,000 unique visitors a month.Some of the biggest names in web journalism—ESPN.com, Slate.com, and People.com—were among the finalists for the 2007 National Magazine Award in “Online General Excellence.” But when the American Society of Magazine Editors announced the winner on May 1, a lesser known spirituality-and faith-based site called walked away with the top prize.If Beliefnet is not exactly a household name, it is an interesting experiment in online journalism.Social networking is the growing phenomenon—popularized by sites like My Space and Facebook—that allows people to exchange ideas and debate issues directly with one another on the Web.
Dating is already complex, difficult, and messy, but dating someone of a different religion adds an entirely new set of challenges.
How would he handle challenging situations that couples face on a daily basis?
Well, wonder no more – here are the rules to dating according to Buddha.
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