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Part 1 of a two-part series on community administration lays out the map of Bahá'í local, national and international institutions, with brief descriptions. Part 2 is on the Bahá'í electoral process.
Bahá'í Administration in the Field
So how do you build grass roots democracy when you don't have all the urban amenities, or even literacy? An experience in rural Honduras.
Bahá'í Burial Rites
Burial requirements for Bahá'ís are few and simple, essentially treating the physical body with great respect.
Bahá'í Centenary 2012
2012 marks the centenary of 'Abdu'l-Bahá's visit to North America, which will be commemorated in a variety of local and national events.
A brief description of the electoral process utilized within the Bahá'í community whose administration is handled by elected councils on the local, regional and international levels. This is grass roots democracy, worldwide.
Bahá'í Fasting, One Woman's Perspective
Basic information on what fasting is and how it is used in the Faith, and by one Bahá'í in particular.
Bahá'í Forum Trivia Contests
Part of the fun of participation in BellaOnline forums is the chance to compete in trivia contests. The Bahá'í site forum will begin holding trivia games in March 2013.
Where does the money come from to support a religion without clergy and which does not accept donations from anyone who is not a Bahá'í?
Bahá'í Holy Days
Brief description of the 11 holy days commemorated by Bahá'ís
Bahá'í Houses of Worship
Do Bahá'ís have churches or temples for worship? What is the purpose of a structure in which to praise God, if one's relationship with the Creator is private?
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