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12 June ― 8 Núr

QaThe observable acceleration, during the past decade, of the two processes described by our beloved Guardian, the disintegration of the old order and the progress and consolidation of the new World Order of Bahá’u’lláh, may well come to be regarded by future historians as one of the most remarkable features of this period. 686 more words

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11 June ― 7 Núr

Consumer culture, today’s inheritor by default of materialism’s gospel of human betterment, is unembarrassed by the ephemeral nature of the goals that inspire it. For the small minority of people who can afford them, the benefits it offers are immediate, and the rationale unapologetic. 742 more words

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29 May - The Anniversary of the Ascension of Bahá'u'lláh

The Anniversary of the Ascension of 

“We’ve Been to the Mountain”

We’ve been to the mountain; we’ve seen the other side.
Elephants, no matter how little time apart, 1,865 more words

'Abdu'l-Bahá

9 May — 12 Jamál

MORNING:

Charity is pleasing and praiseworthy in the sight of God and is regarded as a prince among goodly deeds. Consider ye and call to mind that which the All-Merciful hath revealed in the Qur’án: ‘They prefer them before themselves, though poverty be their own lot. 618 more words

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2 May ― 5 Jamál

2 May ― 5 Jamál

 

As humanity is tossed and tormented by the ravages inflicted upon it by a civilization gone out of control, let us keep our heads and hearts focused on the divine tasks set before us. 1,771 more words

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18 April ― 10 Jalál

The ninth principle of Bahá’u’lláh is: That Religion should not concern itself with Political Questions.

Religion is concerned with things of the spirit, politics with things of the world. 409 more words

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8 April ― 19 Bahá

As a nursing mother, my wife apologized to ‘Abdu’l-Baha for what she spoke of as her “great appetite.” He however referred to her duties as a mother and the labors which make part of that calling, and to the need therefore for more than usual nourishment. 1,321 more words

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