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How to Practice Humility
What does it mean to be humble, and how does one go about it? Notes from a consultation after my grand daughter's question.

Wave Watcher - Book Review
Review of Craig Alan Johnson's young people's novel, "Wave Watcher." Good story telling, with gems of understanding that work for any age.

National Observance of Children's Sabbaths
This annual observance is a great way to work together for our children. The more we know about each other, the more obvious it is that we are one human family across the planet.

The Spirit of Baptism
The rite of baptism is not practiced in the Bahá'í Faith, but there is an understanding of and respect for the symbolism.

How to Keep Your Faith
Holding on to faith that you can make a difference towards change of any kind can be a challenge, especially when it takes energy and sacrifice, and some days it feels like the whole world is against it. Yet, religion has supplied the power to do this over and over again.

The Bahá'í Concept of the Soul
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that human beings are souls, not bodies, and though physically belonging to the animal kingdom, are lifted above the rest of creation by virtue of having a soul.

The Bahá'í Position on Reincarnation
Reincarnation for the purpose of continuing to perfect character, or as punishment for sins of a previous life, is not a part of Bahá'í theology.

Voyage of Love - Book Review
Review of Amy Renshaw's book on the 1912 visit of 'Abdu'l-Bahá, "Voyage of Love: 'Abdu'l-Bahá in North America," Bellwood Press, 2010.

How Faith Will Change the World Today
Historically, core religion has been the primary source of lasting social change because believers are willing to alter behavior and attitudes in order to be 'good.' Bahá'ís think it can happen again.

What is Faith?
What does it mean to have faith? Is it avoiding reality, or the most powerful tool that shapes behavior and can change the world?

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