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Do Bahá'ís Worry?
Well, yes--and no. There is no way any sensible person cannot be stressed by a daily dose of natural and human disasters. Bahá'ís, however, worry about character and virtues before responding.
Spring is the time for renewal in all things, including religion. A Divine Springtime occurs when God sends another Messenger to further the spiritual education of mankind.
Religious Symbols in the Bahá'í Faith
Symbols predate literacy, and religion has always used visual cues as mnemonics. Members of the Bahá'í Faith have symbols specific to their beliefs, as well
A Pace of Grace - Book Review
"A Pace of Grace: the Virtues of a Sustainable Life" is an excellent workbook that is especially useful for women. The author chronicles the true cost of putting career goals and everyone else's needs before what is necessary for personal health--with concrete steps to change that.
Baha’i Online Dating Services Updated
Information about online dating services that target Baha´is.
A Spiritual Basis for Ills
Religion has been in the health business far longer than science, but blaming all ills on turning away from God's laws may be a gross over simplification of a complex Creation. Health and wellness of individuals or society need to be viewed holistically, both materially and spiritually.
The Scourge of Perfection
Change, even for the better, is always scary. It won't happen until we abandon the notion that we can't try anything until we are sure to do it perfectly--the first time around!
How to Practice Encouragement
Encouraging others is a religious duty, but exactly how does one go about it without becoming discouraged?
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.
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