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Book Review - The Price of Stones
A review of The Price of Stones: Building a School for My Village, by Twesigye Jackson Kaguri and Susan Urbanek Linville.
How does religion in general, and the Bahá'í Faith in particular, view calamity and how to respond to it.
Calamity to Me
A more personal take on how the Bahá'í Faith views calamities, and how one Bahá'í deals.
Characteristics of a Bahá'í Community
What does a Bahá'í community look and act like? What are the congregational goals and behaviors of Bahá'ís as a group?
Musing on how to answer the question, "Don't I believe in Jesus Christ?" People mean different things when they ask this.
Consultation - The Key to Problem Solving
Baha'is believe that mankind has been directed to use consultation in matters great and small as the primary means of building a better world and a happier, more productive personal life. But what exactly is their definition of consultation?
Created Rich - Book Review
Patrick Barker's landmark book on how spiritual attitudes and material means work together to achieve prosperity--not only for individuals, but also for mankind as a whole.
Bahá'ís believe that creativity is a gift from God available to anyone.
Day of the Covenant - Bahá'í Holy Day
November 26 is the Day of the Covenant, chosen by 'Abdu'l-Bahá to commemorate a first in religious history: a clearly delineated change of leadership that would prevent successful schism.
Dealing with Grief
Some of the resources we are using to cope with the loss our youngest grandchild this past week. Most important is that we aren't alone in this process.
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