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Bahá'ís Enhance Learning with The Arts
Bahá'í believe that beauty in all its forms can be spiritual food, and therefore a fundamental part of the theological learning process is developing the capacity for artistic expression, whether through music, poetry, painting, drama or crafts.
Survival Requires Diversity, not Uniformity
Unity in diversity is a watchword of the Bahá'í Faith. With some research into the core teachings of other religious groups, respect and even appreciation of the variety of flowers in the human garden can also be found.
Why Is Patience So Difficult ?
Patience is a virtue that has been extolled by all religions and philosophies--not to mention leaders in the fields of medicine and psychology and education--forever, it seems. So why is it so difficult to master?
What's So Important about Good Deeds ?
Leaders of thought (including my grandmother!) have been counseling the importance of good deeds forever, it seems. What exactly is a good deed, and why would we want to go to the effort?
Tools for Dealing with Crises
We live in a rapidly changing world. Change often creates crises, but human resilience can be equal to the challenge(s). There are tools and skills which can help.
Is Suffering Ever a Source of Good ?
Book Review -- "Creative Dimensions of Suffering," by A-M Ghadirian, M.D., Bahá'í Publishing, 2009
Upcoming Book Reviews
Short, annotated bibliography of future book reviews on such topics as, suffering, global ethics, biblical prophesy, and grace. Let me know if you have preferences, or suggestions for others to review.
When Faith and Facts Collide
What is a crisis of faith? What happens when beliefs don't grow and mature with time and the ever changing world in which we live?
Rebekah's Well - Book Review
A review of Trish Wilkinson's book, "Rebekah's Well," a retelling of women's stories which form part of the common history of four great religions.
Why Aren't Bahá'ís Vegetarian ?
Some believers may indeed be vegetarian, but that is a personal choice and not a religious law.
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