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Steps to Peace - Train for Virtues
There are specific virtues everyone can cultivate to bring about a more peaceful world, and they aren't new ideas, but part of an age-old religious promise.
Suicide is not an option for Bahá'ís, because their faith teaches that the purpose of this one chance at physical life is to develop the virtues needed for eternal spiritual life.
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.
The Bahá'í Calendar
A brief description of the Bahá'í (Badí) calendar. Naw-Rúz, New Year, and Ayyám-i-Há are discussed.
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?
The Bahá'í Concept of the Soul
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that human beings are souls, not bodies, and though physically belonging to the animal kingdom, are lifted above the rest of creation by virtue of having a soul.
The Bahá'i Peace Program
Bahá'is are working to make Bahá'u'lláh's vision of a peaceful world a reality. Here are some of the principles they are using.
The Bahá'í Position on Reincarnation
Reincarnation for the purpose of continuing to perfect character, or as punishment for sins of a previous life, is not a part of Bahá'í theology.
The Concept of Evil in the Bahá'í Faith
Since Bahá'ís believe in only one God, the concept of evil is discussed in terms the absence of good, rather than an embodied and powerful spirit, or alternate god.
The Concept of Rebirth in the Bahá'í Faith
The meaning of the term rebirth in the Bahá'í Faith refers to the dual nature of human beings, and to the flowering of spiritual awareness.
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