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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 Summer Schools and Retreats
Summer schools and retreats began as informal venues to provide education, stimulation and fellowship for Bahá'ís and their families, but have expanded to include topics and social issues that interest participants from all backgrounds.
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.
Bahá'í Words of Comfort in Times of Trouble
Disaster, disease, disappointments, unhappy surprises...these make up the world today--or at least, I'm noticing them of late. The Bahá'í Faith has guidance during times of trouble.
Bahá'ís and Alcohol
Bahá'í Law expressly forbids the use of alcohol in any way other than for prescribed medical reasons.
Bahá'ís and Christmas at Our House
If Baha´is accept Christ, why isn't Christmas a major holiday for them?
Bahá'ís and Revolution
There is the stink of revolution in the air. Frustration is fueling violent responses from the downtrodden as well as those trying to make things better. What is the position of the Bahá'í Faith on revolution as a means of change?
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