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Importance of The Arts
It's okay to sit and daydream! Why the arts are important to Bahá'ís.

Indigenous Religion & the Bahá'í Faith
The core of all religions is seen by Bahá'ís as a unified and progressive whole, provided by a single loving God to humanity. Indigenous people's sense of the interrelationship of all of creation may be the most important contribution to the science and spirituality of the modern world.

Is Ayyám-i-Há Bahá'í Christmas?
So what exactly is Ayyám-i-Há, and how is it different from Christmas?

Is It Too Late ?
So, is it too late in the day to prevent total annihilation? Bahá'ís don't think so.

Is Mankind Redeemable ?
Is it worth the effort? Can we as a species really clean up the messes we have made? Bahá'u'lláh, Prophet/Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, says yes. And His followers believe He provided the blueprint to do so.

Is Religion Really All About Chores ?
For Bahá'ís, the purpose of life is to prepare spiritually for eternity, and to spend time and effort on building virtues to make a better world: spiritual chores.

Is Suffering Ever a Source of Good ?
Book Review -- "Creative Dimensions of Suffering," by A-M Ghadirian, M.D., Bahá'í Publishing, 2009

Joy and Laughter
The importance of laughter and how to use it for better spiritual and physical health.

Kindness - Science Agrees with Religion
Kindness is a virtue common to many religious and philosophical teaching. Now it has scientific support for not only individual health, but also--Bahá'ís say-- for developing a healthy and peaceful world.

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.

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