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The Duty of Encouragement
How often do we remember to encourage one another? No one is an island of strength, although religion promises assistance. Bahá'ís are trying to be part of that.
What You Resist Will Persist
When ego makes us ignore our needs, and even our pain, in order to impress others, it is a form of pride before God, a refusal to accept what we have been given to learn.
Bahá'í View of Wealth
For Bahá'ís, detachment from material goods as the only source of happiness and security is a goal, and requires practicing both personal economy and social generosity.
The Bahá'í Attitude Towards Work
Bahá'í teachings make it clear that every single person has gifts and talents and is expected to use them for the betterment of themselves and mankind.
Who Said That?
The core principle of the Bahá'í Faith is that there is only one God and all religions come from that same Source, so can you guess the source of some of this enduring guidance?
Five Ways to Express True Love
"Love one another" is a divine admonition that exists in every religion, but human history is littered with mankind's failures to do so. Here are some ways anyone can change that on a daily basis.
Family Virtues Guide - Book Review
The Family Virtues Guide is a handbook full of "Simple Ways to Bring Out the Best in Our Children and Ourselves." Linda Kavelin Popov
5 Steps to Peace of Mind
They are probably not news, but they are tools that I know personally will work. When I remember to use them.
Discipline - Raising Children to Be Good Citizens
The concept of discipline means strength of character, not a form of punishment.
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.
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