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21 October ― 6 ‘Ilm

MORNING:

In former religions such ordinances as holy war, destruction of books, the ban on association and companionship with other peoples or on reading certain books had been laid down and affirmed according to the exigencies of the time; however, in this mighty Revelation, in this momentous Announcement, the manifold bestowals and favours of God have overshadowed all men, and from the horizon of the Will of the Ever-Abiding Lord, His infallible decree hath prescribed that which We have set forth above. 994 more words

Bahá'u'lláh

12 October ― 16 Mashíyyat

The wish of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, that which attracts His good pleasure and, indeed, His binding command, is that Bahá’ís, in all matters, even in small daily transactions and dealings with others, should act in accordance with the divine Teachings. 675 more words

Bahá'í Calligraphy

11 October ― 15 Mashíyyat

O SON OF BEING!

Busy not thyself with this world, for with fire We test the gold, and with gold We test Our servants.

 

O SON OF MAN! 570 more words

Bahá'í Calligraphy

10 October ― 14 Mashíyyat

MORNING:

The sixth Taráz

Knowledge is one of the wondrous gifts of God. It is incumbent upon everyone to acquire it. Such arts and material means as are now manifest have been achieved by virtue of His knowledge and wisdom which have been revealed in Epistles and Tablets through His Most Exalted Pen — a Pen out of whose treasury pearls of wisdom and utterance and the arts and crafts of the world are brought to light. 270 more words

Bahá'í Calligraphy

9 October ― 13 Mashíyyat

 

MORNING:

The fourth Taráz concerneth trustworthiness. Verily it is the door of security for all that dwell on earth and a token of glory on the part of the All-Merciful. 380 more words

Bahá'í Calligraphy

7 October ― 11 Mashíyyat

MORNING:

The first Taráz and the first effulgence which hath dawned from the horizon  of the Mother Book is that man should know his own self and recognize that which leadeth unto loftiness or lowliness, glory or abasement, wealth or poverty. 605 more words

Bahá'í Calligraphy

30 September - 4 Mashiyyat

MORNING:

In former religions such ordinances as holy war, destruction of books, the ban on association and companionship with other peoples or on reading certain books had been laid down and affirmed according to the exigencies of the time; however, in this mighty Revelation, in this momentous Announcement, the manifold bestowals and favours of God have overshadowed all men, and from the horizon of the Will of the Ever-Abiding Lord, His infallible decree hath prescribed that which We have set forth above. 551 more words

'Abdu'l-Bahá