Bahá´í Social Justice and Economic Development
Baha'is As Activists
How are Baha'is involved in social activism? How do they think they can change the world just be changing themselves?
Bahá'ís Call for Action on Climate Change
The importance of addressing the challenge of climate change from moral and spiritual perspectives in order to find workable and lasting solutions.
Dealing with Injustice
What, exactly and usefully, can be done as an individual facing impossibly large as well as personal small issues? The answer must deal with both the problems and the individual's response to them.
Hear the Women Roar
Older women are becoming a huge portion of society, and we can move the world.
Social & Economic Development Conference
A brief review of the conference sponsored by the Rabbani Chartable Trust, which I attended this past week.
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.
What Bahá'ís Mean by Non-partisanship
Maintaining a non-partisan position is not about avoiding social responsibility or naively imagining that some outside force will change the world for better. Bahá'ís believe that only universal recognition of the essential oneness of humanity will bring about a more peaceful world.
What Bahá'ís Think is God's Greatest Gift
What does the Bahá'í Faith say makes man different from animals, and can humanity use this gift to ameliorate the rampant materialism currently destroying individual happiness, economic stability, and social progress?
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