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An Approach to Psychosis: Fitting It All Together (6/6)

It seems a good idea to republish this sequence from almost four years ago to complement the current new sequence on collaborative conversation. This is the fourth of six.  922 more words

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Afif Na`imi transferred from prison to hospital


Bahai News (Persian), May 29, 2016.

Afif Na`imi (عفیف نعیمی), one of the seven imprisoned ‘Yaran’ (national facilitators for the Bahai community in Iran), was transferred from Raja’i Shahr prison to a hospital in Tehran on Saturday. 467 more words

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Nateq Na’imi begins 10-day prison leave


Bahai News (Facebook, Persian), May 28, 2016.

Mrs. Nateq Na’imi (ناطقه نعیمی), a Bahai held in Yazd Prison, has been granted a 10-day prison furlough. She was one of 20 Bahais arrested in Yazd, Isfahan, Kerman and Arak in August 2011, and sentenced to a total of 78 years in prison. 85 more words

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An Approach to Psychosis (4/6): the Mind-Work Process (a)

It seems a good idea to republish this sequence from almost four years ago to complement the current new sequence on collaborative conversation. This is the fourth of six. 1,395 more words

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Carpenters of Minds

Having posted about the Declaration of the Báb recently and followed that up with some poems relating to faith and martyrdom, perhaps I need to also post a poem that might capture something of what the hope is that inspires the sacrifice. 21 more words

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House of Justice letter on pioneering

Editorial, May 25, 2016.

The Universal House of Justice has released a letter on the role of international and home-front pioneering in the 5-year Plan that has just begun. 268 more words

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38 Bahai businesses closed down in Urumiyyeh

Bahai News (Persian), May 24, 2016.

Agents from the Bureau of Public Places in Urumiyyeh (aka Urmia or Orumiyeh) have closed down at least 38 Bahai-run businesses. 107 more words

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