I'm really aiming for 'quality' of membership over 'quantity'. If only one relationship is forged through this project, I think it will be an immense success!
"Do you think he will make different categories, such as Male Devotee/Female Wheeler, Female Devotee/Male Wheeler that would be searchable so you would not have to look through all profiles of the gender that you are not interested in?
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A male devotee in another group I'm on has decided to create a dating website specifically for devotees and people with disabilities connecting.
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The current building, a Japanese National Treasure, was consecrated in 1415.
Although this technically makes it a Muromachi-period structure, archaic architectural features, such as the covered porch stretching the full width of the front face of the building, the three-stepped bracketing supporting the roof beams, and the classic hipped (as opposed to pitched) roof, were consciously employed to evoke the aura of the original Nara-period building.
I think this is a wonderful and much needed idea, though I'm sure it will be a lot of work and I do hope that he's up for it.
Here is his description:"Our friend wrote, "Then how shall the twains ever meet?