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Martyrdom of the Bab
The Báb, Forerunner of Bahá'u'lláh, was executed on July 9, 1850, in what is considered by Bahá'ís to be a martyrdom because the only crime of which He was accused was heresy.
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?
Music & The Bahá'í Faith
Part 2 of the series on the importance of music for Bahá'ís, with some quotes from the Bahá'í Writings.
Music - It's Good for You
Part 1, of a 2-article series on music from a Bahá'í perspective, is a fast summary of the science behind the benefits of music. Part 2 is specific guidance from the Bahá'í Writings on how music can be food for the soul, draw disparate peoples together, and help build a better world.
Musing on the Parable of Job
One woman's meditation on the Parable of Job and how his response to his trials might have meaning for my life.
My Feel Good Book
A little blank book becomes a comfort when filled with favorite inspiring quotations to help when I need an attitude adjustment.
National Observance of Children's Sabbaths
This annual observance is a great way to work together for our children. The more we know about each other, the more obvious it is that we are one human family across the planet.
New Year's Goals for Bahai.BellaOnline.com
March 21 is New Year's Day for Bahá'ís, and the start of a new year brings with it new goals for this site.
November Bahá'í Holy Days
November is a month crowded with Bahá'í community activities. Here is a brief summary.
On the Death of a Child
Solace from the Bahá'í Writings on the unexpected death of my youngest grandchild.
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