WHAT CAN I DO TO MY SOCIETY?

Have you ever thought of ‘what can I do to my society to help poor and need?’

Asked BY anp2014 18-21, M in Doing Good
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Providing education to people, especially children, pre-youth and youth.
Lots of people, like you, want to help people and they do not know what to do.
The poor and the need can only escape their unhappy conditions and start living a better life with proper education. Many communities worldwide are now embarking on this global project. Wishing that people of good will should look for these lovers of mankind for cooperation.
I am thankful to God for making all searches easy with the Internet.
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Abdul-Baha says:

“Caress and kiss on my behalf, with utmost love and yearning, thy two dear children. I supplicate God that they may become the servants of the Cause of God as their father and mother have, and be trained according to Bahai education, so that they may become two great signs of the love of God.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Tablets of Abdu’l-Baha v2, p. 265)
HAIKU

Accompany man
In proper education
For transforming world

THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE DEATH

Three words to describe DEATH.
Asked By MeinReal 18-21, F in Community
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BEGINNING NEW LIFE.
Physical dust will enter other organic beings and living again.
Spiritual reality will live eternally in the spiritual realm, depending on spiritual preparations it makes in this life, as it did in the mother’s womb for eyes, ears, nose, mouth, brain…. We need to adopt divine education to make best preparations for next life.
God creates life, not death. And human life is the highest form of existence that can reflect the divine image of God.
All phenomena we consider as death are only transformation of life into higher and higher planes in the innumerable worlds of God, that only human beings can perceive with their rational sense.
Today, all human beings can get this universal education on the Internet.
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Baha’u’llah says:

“32. O SON OF THE SUPREME! I have made death a messenger of joy to thee. Wherefore dost thou grieve? I made the light to shed on thee its splendor. Why dost thou veil thyself therefrom?”
(Baha’u’llah, The Arabic Hidden Words)

HAIKU

Messenger of Joy
Brings glad news of man’s return
To Father on High

WHAT DID YOU LOSE TODAY?

What did you lose today?
I lost a friend.
Asked By meaninglessone 18-21, F in Community
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I am always a winner. Today, I win three new friends, more chats with old friends, more like and share on Facebook. More viewers on WordPress. And more heart right here at EP/Q&A.
With reparation after one week of corruption, my computer is functioning much faster than ever before.
It seems that since the time I was enriched with my spiritual journey on Internet, I get in broader and closer connection with God and His children, I feel that the loss of the whole universe will mean nothing to me.
I am gaining more and more love from God and from His children. And I see that all mature human beings in this Universal Cycle will no longer suffer any losses.
I believe that you will meet your friend again in the next world.

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Baha’u’llah says:

True loss is for him whose days have been spent in utter ignorance of his self.
(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 156)
HAIKU

NO MAN IS LOSER

Humans God’s children
Will never become losers
Save the ignorant

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE MEMORIES?

what is one of your favorite memories?

Asked By bubble6066 18-21, F in Community

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Years of imprisonment for the Cause of God.
Months of hard training in military camp.
Days of starvation in war evacuation.
Moments of troubles with Internet disconnection.
All time in prayers and meditations….
All these memories compose the beauty, the joy, the hope for this short journey on earth in the few scores of years among relatives, friends and mature human beings.
I am thankful to God for this happy life that many other people have experienced and told on various websites.
Wishing that more and more people will see this gift of God via Internet.
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Baha’u’llah says:

These journeys have no visible ending in the world of time, but the severed wayfarer — if invisible confirmation descend upon him and the Guardian of the Cause assist him — may cross these seven stages in seven steps, nay rather in seven breaths, nay rather in a single breath, if God will and desire it. And this is of “His grace on such of His servants as He pleaseth.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Seven Valleys, p. 40)
HAIKU

All our memories
Become sweeter and sweeter
In the love of God

WHAT IS YOUR TRUE HAPPINESS?

What is your true happiness?
Asked By darkheart93 18-21, M in Community

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My happiness is to live.
My happiness is to have big family.
My happiness is to have many friends.
My happiness is to be more and more mature.
My happiness is to be more and more independent.
My happiness is to be citizen of a civilized world.
My true happiness is to discover my relation to God and His creation.
My true happiness is to find the divine education of God.
My true happiness is to share this to all people.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“Great indeed is their blessedness and happiness, inasmuch as they have drunk the choice wine of revelation and inspiration from the hand of their Lord, the Compassionate, the Merciful. We beseech God to strengthen them to manifest inflexible constancy and to summon to their aid the hosts of wisdom and utterance. He is in truth the Mighty, the Omnipotent. Convey my greetings to them and give them the joyful tidings that the Day-Star of remembrance hath dawned and shed its radiance from above the horizon of the bountiful favours of their Lord, the Ever-Forgiving, the All-Merciful.”
(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 76)

HAIKU

Man’s life is happy
As God ordains by His love
Hence we’re all thankful

ARE YOU HAPPY OR PRETEND TO BE?

Are you happy or pretend to be?
Asked By Noha4 18-21 in Community

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I am really, really, very, very happy.
Happiness for being a human being.
For having a large family.
For having many friends.
For living in the 20eth and 21rst centuries.
For seeing global civilization.
For witnessing world unity.
For enjoying world peace.
For facing the dawn of the Golden Age.
For being guided by God to make contribution into all these good things.
For knowing that all human beings can enter this Kingdom.
Proofs of my words can be found easily via Internet.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“You should all be very happy and thankful to God for the great privilege that is yours.
This is purely a spiritual meeting! Praise be to God, your hearts are turned to Him, your souls are attracted to the Kingdom, you have spiritual aspirations, and your thoughts soar above the world of dust.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 112)

HAIKU

Happy life of man
Eternal blessing of God
Each and all will see

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?

What do you want to be when you grow up?
Asked By TheGirlFromJupiter 18-21, F in Community

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A true human being.
I was a teacher, a soldier, a clerk …, but those were not my being.
I am a husband, a father, a grandfather…, but those are not my being.
I will be an elder, a blogger, a world citizen…, but those are not my being.
Viewing this question, at this moment, I see that my wish for my eternal life is to be a true human being in the love of God.
As a human being, I want to become better and better in thinking, saying and doing various things in this world and in the world to come.
In the love of God, I want to know more and more precisely the Will of God and to remain obedient to His counsels.
I am happy and thankful to God for sending down His Messengers to teach me about all these things.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Then shall humanity put on a new garment in the radiance of the love of God, and it shall be the dawn of a new creation! Then will the Mercy of the Most Merciful be showered upon all mankind and they will arise to a new life.
My earnest desire is that you will all strive and work for this glorious end; that you will be faithful and loving workers in the building of the new spiritual civilization; the elect of God, in willing joyful obedience carrying out His supreme design!”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 34)

HAIKU

Being butterfly
From caterpillar of darkness
To bright light of love

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