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17 January - 18 Sharaf

FROM THE CENTRE OF THE COVENANT ‘ABDU’L-BAHÁ

All the organisms of material creation are limited to an image or form. That is to say, each created material being is possessed of a form; it cannot possess two forms at the same time. 1,322 more words

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31 December ― The Feast of Sharaf [Honour]

31 December ― The Feast of Sharaf

    

MORNING:

This Wronged One hath invariably treated the wise with affection. By the wise is meant men whose knowledge is not confined to mere words and whose lives have been fruitful and have produced enduring results. 439 more words

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26 September ― 19 ‘Izzat

It is a spiritual practice, to be kind, loving to all the people of the world, without discrimination. Like the sun. The sun never says, “I won’t shine on Vietnam because there is war, or on Africa because they are black.” No, it shines everywhere. 838 more words

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18 August - 18 Kamal

MORNING:

Living in seclusion or practising asceticism is not acceptable in the presence of God. It behoveth them that are endued with insight and understanding to observe that which will cause joy and radiance. 790 more words

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8 August ― 8 Kamál

In His letter to Náṣiri’d-Dín Sháh, the ruler of Persia, which refrains from any rebuke concerning His imprisonment in the Síyáh-Chál and the other injustices He had experienced at the king’s hand, Bahá’u’lláh speaks of His own role in the Divine Plan: … 1,694 more words

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27 July ― 4 Kalimat

Paralleling the growth of his inner life through prayer, meditation, service, and study of the teachings, Bahá’í youth have the opportunity to learn in practice the very functioning of the Order of Bahá’u’lláh. 878 more words

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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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