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How to Use Prayer for Problem Solving
Five steps to use prayer and meditation in decision making.

The Bahá'í Concept of Heaven
Where does the soul go after death? What is the Bahá'í concept of heaven, and how does one get there?

Life after Death
Religion has throughout history assured mankind that there was more to life than just this physical world. The Bahá'í Faith teaches that there is no death because true human nature is immortal spirit.

Pure Gold -- Book Review
Review of Pure Gold: Encouraging Character Qualities in Marriage, by Susanne M. Alexander, with Craig A. Farnsworth and John S. Miller, from the Marriage Transformation LLC.

What Bahá'ís Mean by Non-partisanship
Maintaining a non-partisan position is not about avoiding social responsibility or naively imagining that some outside force will change the world for better. Bahá'ís believe that only universal recognition of the essential oneness of humanity will bring about a more peaceful world.

Bahá'í Forum Trivia Contests
Part of the fun of participation in BellaOnline forums is the chance to compete in trivia contests. The Bahá'í site forum will begin holding trivia games in March 2013.

Games and Fun Can Be Good for You
Play can be a key element in learning, whether it is physical training, spiritual development or mental prowess. Updating and adding some games to the Bahá'í Site at BellaOnline.com

The Value of Ritual
Ritual is a common and useful human construction, as long as rigidity doesn't obscure the original meaning. The Bahá'í Faith has a few simple rituals, but much meaning and guidance for effective daily living.

Military Service and the Baha’i Faith
Bahá'ís are not pacifists, but they will not engage in war, so how do they serve in the military?

Are Bahá'ís Pacifists?
Bahá'ís do not volunteer for violence and war, but are not absolute pacifists, either. They are obedient to their governments, but try to find non-combatant service.

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