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Who Is My Neighbor?
A quote from the book, "The Price of Stones: Building a School for My Village," which provides some thought provoking ideas about how we respond to the AIDS epidemic.
My Feel Good Book
A little blank book becomes a comfort when filled with favorite inspiring quotations to help when I need an attitude adjustment.
Calamity to Me
A more personal take on how the Bahá'í Faith views calamities, and how one Bahá'í deals.
How does religion in general, and the Bahá'í Faith in particular, view calamity and how to respond to it.
Outline of Bahá'í Laws
An introduction to and outline of Bahá'í religious laws.
Bahá'ís believe that creativity is a gift from God available to anyone.
Joy and Laughter
The importance of laughter and how to use it for better spiritual and physical health.
An Aha Moment
How an understanding Bahá'í turned depression into a spiritual aha moment for me.
Martyrdom of the Bab
The Báb, Forerunner of Bahá'u'lláh, was executed on July 9, 1850, in what is considered by Bahá'ís to be a martyrdom because the only crime of which He was accused was heresy.
There Are No Clergy in the Bahá’í Faith
Why is the Bahá'í Faith without clergy?
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