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Hear the Women Roar
Older women are becoming a huge portion of society, and we can move the world.
Holy Day - The Declaration of the Báb
This holy day marks the beginning of the Bahá'í Calendar, with the declaration of mission of the forerunner of Bahá'u'lláh, Prophet-Founder of the Bahá'í Faith.
Hope - Religion's Most Useful Tool
Is hope an artificial construct, just a placebo to get us through the dark places? Even if so, are we justified in using it anyway?
Hope Requires Adversity
Hope is not an emotion, nor is it faith. Hope is a confident, cognitive response to adversity, which grows out of surviving tough times.
How Bahá'í Prayers Helped Me Cope
Personal experience learning to use prayer to survive the tragedy of my grandson's sudden death.
How Bahá'ís Find Peace and Tranquility
Given the current state of heightened anxiety in the world, is there any way to salvage the peace and tranquility promised by the Bahá'í Faith?
How Do Bahá'ís Worship?
A brief look at the form and purpose of worship in the Bahá'í Faith.
How Does the Bahá'í Faith Grow?
Without a clergy, how has the Bahá'í Faith become the second most widespread religion on the planet, or grown to seven million adherents, in less than 170 years?
How Education Needs to Change
Educational systems focused on preparing students for a 19th Century world no longer work. What changes can be made to develop collective perspective in which consultation and collaboration can help humanity survive complex global problems?
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.
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