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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?
Bahá'í Law on Adultery
Adultery may be an old fashioned idea, but it is still unhealthy for individuals, family & society.
Bahá'í Law on Gambling
Gambling is forbidden to Bahá'ís, especially when used for fund raising. Perhaps it isn't the activity so much as the underlying motivation to seek one's fortune in games of chance, that isn't good for us.
Bahá'í New Year - Naw-Rúz
Naw-Rúz, literally New Day, is Bahá'í New Year. It occurs on the first day of Spring and follows the month of fasting.
Bahá'í Ridván Festival
The Ridván Festival is a twelve day celebration of the beginning of the Bahá'í Faith,observed from sunset April 20 through sunset May 2. It is also the time of year when local and National Spiritual Assemblies are elected all over the world.
Bahá'í Teachings on Political Non-involvement
The Bahá'í Faith does not endorse partisan political platforms, and its followers try to shun any activity which would result in division and discord.
Bahá'í View of Wealth
For Bahá'ís, detachment from material goods as the only source of happiness and security is a goal, and requires practicing both personal economy and social generosity.
Bahá'í Views on Racial Prejudice
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that there is only one human race, that all people are children of the same loving God, and that racial prejudice must be eliminated.
Bahá'í Wills Testaments and Estate Law
According to the Teachings of Bahá'u'lláh, Prophet/Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, each individual has the obligation to write a will and a testament.
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