when will humans stop having to worry?


Asked By planetnumb

31-35, M  in Community

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Right now, if they want.

Some people are still worrying for not knowing God.

The Living God of Love says in various Holy Books that “nothing except that which profiteth them can occur to His loved ones.”

True believers understand this truth.

For others, I wish to offer here some brief clues for thinking:

Human beings are in reality the souls and not the bodies.

All bodies can be inevitably destroyed by any other things from accidents to microbes or wars.

Nothing and nobody can destroy a soul. It keeps on developing gloriously through various worlds of God under His guidance.

Therefore, sincere faithfuls of God are exempt from all worry.




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Baha’u’llah says:

“I swear by My life! Nothing save that which profiteth them can befall My loved ones. To this testifieth the Pen of God, the Most Powerful, the All-Glorious, the Best Beloved.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Advent of Divine Justice, p. 82)




All worry exempted

For true faithful souls to God

In spiritual Realm


What do you want for Christmas ?



Asked By trixypix1  26-30, F

3 Answers 1 min ago in Community

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Love from God.

Love from Christ at His return.

Love among all people.

Wishing that all Christians do more on this.

Wishing that believers of all religions work for this.

Wishing that all non-believers cooperate in this.

All will live in harmony as one spiritual family under God.

All will see that there is no other goals worthier than this.

I am thankful to God for satisfying my most cherished desire by shedding this light of love on all hearts.

This 2014 Christmas will be the best Holy Day in my life.




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Abdul-Baha says:

“Verily, the people who rejoice in the day of the feast and enjoyed the tree [1] (which) was decorated, following the custom of ancient times, are the people of superstitions. By the Majesty of thy Lord! Were they in the time of Christ, they would turn their backs and would not behold His smiling, glorious face; but today they in the shallow waters of their superstitions without discretion. [1 Christmas tree.]

Therefore, thank God for His having privileged thee to attain nearness to the Blessed Tree which is grown upon the highest Sinai and is set aglow with the fire of God’s love, calling unto responsive listeners.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Tablets of Abdu’l-Baha v2, p. 296)



Blessed Tree on Sinai

Set aglow with fire God’s love

On return of Christ


What are your greatest fears?
Asked By IvoryKeys 22-25, F 3 Answers 20 mins ago in Community
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Fear itself and ignorance and thoughtlessness.
Fear is most fearful, because it makes its victims paralyzed, physically and mentally.
Ignorance is next, for causing its victims to exist in darkness like lower creatures.
Thoughtlessness is possibly the extraordinary disease of all untaught human beings. All people, as rational beings in nature, have the power to think and to solve problems of their lives and of the world. Being deprivation of education, they may not know how to develop their spiritual powers to enjoy their truly happy lives now and afterwards.
Nowadays, everywhere on earth, various institutions are encouraging the development of education to improve the condition of our world, physically and spiritually.
Wishing that, with the use of the Internet, high thoughts will become more popular and greater achievements may turn this world into Paradise.

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Baha’u’llah says:
“Be not the cause of grief, much less of discord and strife. The hope is cherished that ye may obtain true education in the shelter of the tree of His tender mercies and act in accordance with that which God desireth. Ye are all the leaves of one tree and the drops of one ocean.”
(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 27)
True education
Shedding light on man’s powers
As children of God


How are you?
Theycallherelly 13-15, F in Community
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I am well, thank you.
I want to take this occasion to share to you some experience to be well for the whole life until today at the age of 78.
Love all people.
Fear nothing, including hardship, hatred, misunderstanding.
Hardship is good training for the development of your abilities, powers and greater knowledge.
Loving people who hate you, you will get more helping hands, when needed.
Ignoring misunderstanding will cause your mind to be freer and more affective in handling the problems of life, individually and collectively.
If you keep on using the Internet to expand your physical, human and spiritual education, you will become better in mastering your destiny.
Wishing you success.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“The time is approaching when every created thing will have cast its burden. Glorified be God Who hath vouchsafed this grace that encompasseth all things, whether seen or unseen! Thus have We created the whole earth anew in this day, yet most of the people have failed to perceive it. Say: The grace of God can never be adequately understood; how much less can His own Self, the Help in Peril, the Self-Subsisting, be comprehended!”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 20)
Time is approaching
For new earth and new heaven
Manifest on earth


What is the true purpose of having knowledge?
Asked By Resi7ient 26-30, M in Doing Good
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To be human, otherwise we are degrading our life as lower creatures. Being deprived of a proper education, we condemn our life to death or to non-existence.
As a living being with rational sense, we need to know myriads of things, familar and unfamilar, visible and invisible, useful and purposeful.
We need to know our body, our mind, our soul.
We need to know the physical world, the virtual world, the spiritual world.
We need to know our relation to the environment.
We need to know the origin and the end of all created things and their Creator.
This is a glorious process we will follow for this whole life and even for life after physical death.
That is why we have happily invented the Internet.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“The measure of all created things hath been appointed in this concealed and manifest Temple, wherein lie enshrined the knowledge of the heavens and the earth, and of all things past and future. The finger of God’s handiwork hath inscribed upon this Tablet that which the wisest and most learned of men are powerless to fathom, and hath created therein temples inscrutable to all save His own Self, could ye but apprehend this truth. Blessed be the one who readeth it, who pondereth its contents, and who is numbered with them that comprehend!”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 23)
Acquiring knowledge
Most essential for humans
With nobility


Are you an independent person ? In % how much
Asked BY Exactworld 70+, F in Doing Good
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I am both dependent and independent.
I cannot make or produce the things I need in my daily life; so I am dependent on other people.
I cannot get knowledge from empty air, so I depend on educators.
I depend on my parents for coming into this life.
And perhaps, I depend on God for both my physical and spiritual life.
Now, I think that I am independent in answering this question, because nobody tells me what to write and be responsible for it.
I think that I am independent in using my time for entertainment or for serving other people.
I think that I am independent on choosing to obey or disobey God. However, I don’t know whether I have thought by my physical brain or by the inspiration of God?!
Hence, at present, I think that I am both dependent and independent.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“In another sense, by these terms is intended the divines of the former Dispensation, who live in the days of the subsequent Revelations, and who hold the reins of religion in their grasp. If these divines be illumined by the light of the latter Revelation they will be acceptable unto God, and will shine with a light everlasting. Otherwise, they will be declared as darkened, even though to outward seeming they be leaders of men, inasmuch as belief and unbelief, guidance and error, felicity and misery, light and darkness, are all dependent upon the sanction of Him Who is the Day-star of Truth.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 36)
Depending on God
I freely master my life
Under His guidance


What makes you happy?

Asked BY RhinosaurusRex 18-21, F 14 seconds ago in Doing Good
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I only became happy when I understand the love of God.
I am happy because He loves all mankind, including me, equally.
He loves us without our asking for.
He loves us without our gratitude.
He loves us by sending down His Messengers to open our minds.
This is why I keep on mentioning incessantly about His love, wishing that other people to make research on this matter and save themselves from the unhappiness of separation from God.
The secret is simple: think of God, get the education of God for conscious knowledge, willing to obey His counsels and doing His Will.
No fees are required to enter His education.
Wishing you success.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“Return, then, and cleave wholly unto God, and cleanse thine heart from the world and all its vanities, and suffer not the love of any stranger to enter and dwell therein. Not until thou dost purify thine heart from every trace of such love can the brightness of the light of God shed its radiance upon it, for to none hath God given more than one heart. This, verily, hath been decreed and written down in His ancient Book.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 214)
All treasures of God
For us to fully enjoy
Because of His love


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