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What is considered a sin in the Bahá'í Faith?
Social & Economic Development Conference
A brief review of the conference sponsored by the Rabbani Chartable Trust, which I attended this past week.
Special Ideas, More than Just a Bahá'í Bookstore
Introduction and review of Special Ideas website and catalog.
Spirit, Animals & Humanity
Kindness to animals and recognition of the unity and interconnectedness of all Creation is an important principle of Bahá'í theology.
Spirit, Not Drugs for Depression
Understanding true human nature and the purpose of life can be a better long-term treatment for depression than drugs.
Living a happy, organized life is more than just acquiring a set of skills. It requires developing a set of habits - disciplines - into which to fit those skills - and the faith to keep at it.
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.
Survival Requires Diversity, not Uniformity
We do not need to save the planet; it will be fine. But there is a great deal of work that must be done to save the species Homo sapiens. Learning to live as one diverse but harmonious human family is the first step.
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.
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