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Through our MSN chats, on-line devotional meetings and deepenings, our video and voice contact over the internet, our hearts became connected and caught flame.

Sometimes 4 to 5 hours a day we conversed, a good way of learning each other thoroughly.

The cup bears a three-line inscription that was scratched on its side at a later time, and it was later used as a burial gift for a young boy.

The inscription is now famous as being one of the oldest known examples of writing in the Greek alphabet, side by side with the so-called Dipylon inscription from Athens.

In 1876, Heinrich Schliemann excavated Grave Circle A at Mycenae, and in several shaft graves he found rich deposits of grave goods, including many golden objects.

Shaft Grave IV yielded the richest finds, and among these Schliemann found a golden vessel which he identified as the "Cup of Nestor" as described in the Iliad.

But for falling in love one would really need to see each other in person.

We both feel very much blessed and happy to be able to find each other.

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Both inscriptions are dated to c.740-720 BC and have been linked to early writing in the island of Euboea.

The inscription is fragmented, as some shards of the cup are lost.

Warmest Baha'i greetings"The true marriage of Bahá'í is this, that husband and wife should be united both physically and spiritually, that they may ever improve the spiritual life of each other, and may enjoy everlasting unity throughout all the worlds of God.

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