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
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
Let no one, however, mistake my purpose. The Revelation, of which Bahá’u’lláh is the source and center, abrogates none of the religions that have preceded it, nor does it attempt, in the slightest degree, to distort their features or to belittle their value. 321 more words
Sanctified be the Lord of all mankind, at the mention of Whose name all the atoms of the earth have been made to vibrate, and the Tongue of Grandeur hath been moved to disclose that which had been wrapt in His knowledge and lay concealed within the treasury of His might. 781 more words