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You Are What You Think
Learning and repeated experiences actually alter the physical structure of the brain, creating new neuronal pathways. Religion has built upon this truth for millennia. The Bahá'í Faith takes it a step further into the 21st Century and beyond.
True Religion Isn't About Labels
The Bahá'í Faith doesn't discriminate among titles and Names. The definition of true religion taught by Bahá'u'lláh, its Prophet/Founder, is that all religion has the same root.
Brilliant Star Magazine - Review
This award winning bi-monthly publication is subtitled, "A Bahá'í Companion for Young Explorers," but I found it applicable across age groups.
Consent for Bahá'í Marriage
For Bahá'ís, marriage has greater importance than just the personal happiness of two people, as it forms part of the process of building a better world.
Prayers for Protection
Every religion has provided some guidance to help its believers cope not only with the general dangers inherent in living on this planet, but also to deal with what their neighbors, relatives and humanity in general perpetrate. Here are some examples from the Bahá'í Faith.
Islam and the Bahá'í Faith
Many Western textbooks on comparative religions place the Bahá'í Faith as a sect of Islam. Similar thinking would make Christianity merely a sect of Judaism.
Updated Bahá'í Calendar Unifies East and West
The Bahá'í world community has a unified calendar for the first time in its history! Eastern and western believers utilized separate lunar or Gregorian dates until 2015.
Indigenous Religion & the Bahá'í Faith
The core of all religions is seen by Bahá'ís as a unified and progressive whole, provided by a single loving God to humanity. Indigenous people's sense of the interrelationship of all of creation may be the most important contribution to the science and spirituality of the modern world.
To Move the World - Book Review
Gayle Morrison's work exposes us to the amazing work of one man, who dramatically changed not only the Negro rights movement, but also the understanding and application of race unity within the Bahá'í community of the United States.
Bahá'ís and Revolution
There is the stink of revolution in the air. Frustration is fueling violent responses from the downtrodden as well as those trying to make things better. What is the position of the Bahá'í Faith on revolution as a means of change?
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