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A treasure Hunt
While cleaning out some old files, I came across a poem about God being in all religion that I have saved for decades. Here's hoping that social media may help to find the author.

Positive Psychology Isn't New
It is science renewing the basic tenants of core religion: that mankind is much more than just lower nature, and accentuating virtues is more likely to bring happiness than constantly focusing on a negative view of human capacity.

Do Bahá'ís Believe in Ghosts ?
This life is only the beginning, and there is eternity to follow, so in that sense, Bahá'ís definitely believe in eternal spirits. As for ghostly manifestations that those of us still here can see--not so much.

How Not to Waste Our Young People
Who are the potential innovators, the dreamers, the explorers, in any culture? And what world demographic is now the most prone to suicide? What are the Bahá'ís doing to save young people?

What Are Bahá'ís Working For ?
What inspires the followers of Bahá'u'lláh? What goals do Bahá'ís aim for, and what keeps them hopeful of success?

Is It Too Late ?
So, is it too late in the day to prevent total annihilation? Bahá'ís don't think so.

Why Teach Even the Youngest Children to Pray
"These children are even as young plants, and teaching them the prayers is as letting the rain pour down upon them, that they may wax tender and fresh, and the soft breezes of the love of God may blow over them..."

Does the Bahá'í Faith Have Dogma ?
There are a minimum of institutionalized rituals in the Bahá'í Faith and no man-made dogmas. Ritual holds no place in a religious doctrine which must be expressed in all the actions of life, and accomplished in neighborly love.

Do Baha'is feed the poor?
I was asked recently whether the Bahá'í Faith has social outreach programs for the needy, and this is how I answered.

Prayers for Assistance with Life's Tests
While preparing a devotional on dealing with crises that provide daily tests, I was struck by how similar prayer has been over the last several thousand years of recorded history.

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