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Life Dice Game - Review
A review of the Life Dice, from Special-Ideas.com. I wish I'd had this available when I was raising children!
People need to find meaning in everything that happens to them, as well as what they do. Briefly, how I use the Bahá'í Faith to provide both meaning and purpose.
Marriage Preparation - Workbook review
A review of "Marriage Can Be Forever: Preparation counts! Walking a Path to a Spiritually-Based Marriage," by Susanne M. Alexander and Johanna Merritt Wu, Ph. D., part of the Marriage Transformation materials from that website.
Selflessness is one of those virtues that seems obvious and relatively easy--until I'm asked to make a sacrifice. And the most difficult sacrifices turn out to be spiritual, not material!
Does the Bahá'í Faith Have Dress Codes ?
Most religions use the manner of dress as a way to express both respect and piety, although over time, traditions can become extreme. The Bahá'í Faith does not specify dress for either men or women, except to caution against immoderation.
Gettin' through Hard Times Together - Review
A review of "Gettin' through Hard Times Together: Creating Prosperity through Sharing, Service and Sacrifice," by William Barnes. A rather thorough argument in favor of balancing attention on both material and spiritual education to make a better world.
Dealing with Regrets
Religion, philosophers, and wise teachers have consistently told the world that the beauty of life exists in the unfolding of it, so wallowing in regret and guilt is wasting precious time.
The 5 Most Outrageous Things Bahá'ís Believe
Perhaps not so shocking as they were 150--or even 50--years ago, these basic Bahá'í beliefs are shaping a planet-wide social evolution.
Progress of the Soul after Death
Bahá'ís do not believe in a physical Heaven or Hell because their religion teaches that mankind is basically an eternal spirit associated for a short time with a physical body. When the body dies, the spirit continues to develop.
Do Bahá'ís Believe in Evil Spirits ?
The terms 'Satan', the 'Evil One', do occur in the scripture but they are simply symbols for man's base and worldly nature, which is the source of imperfection and sin and which can be overcome.
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