Which is most precious thing for you, for that you can do anything?
Best Answer chosen by asker
Education. I think it is the best thing for me and for all other people. I try to learn something every day and I also encourage other people to do the same.
God loves mankind, and if we didn’t know this, it would be a big waste.
Our parents love us, and if we didn’t know this, it would be a big waste.
Other people love us, and if we didn’t know this, it would be a big waste.
Yes, we would waste lots of precious things, if we didn’t have knowledge.
But where is true knowledge, and what is it?
True knowledge is in the Holy Books, it is truth.
“6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”
(King James Bible, Matthew)
“The Revelation which, from time immemorial, hath been acclaimed as the Purpose and Promise of all the Prophets of God, and the most cherished Desire of His Messengers, hath now, by virtue of the pervasive Will of the Almighty and at His irresistible bidding, been revealed unto men. The advent of such a Revelation hath been heralded in all the sacred Scriptures. Behold how, notwithstanding such an announcement, mankind hath strayed from its path and shut out itself from its glory”.
(Baha’u'llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u'llah, p. 5)
“Mankind errs here
By folly, darkening knowledge. But, for whom
That darkness of the soul is chased by light,
Splendid and clear shines manifest the Truth
As if a Sun of Wisdom sprang to shed
Its beams of dawn.”
(Hindu, Bhagavad Gita (Edwin Arnold tr))
“23:25 And ye shall serve the LORD your God, and He shall bless thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee.”
(King James Bible, Exodus)
‘When I teach thee, that thou mayest do the same to thy son, O Vishtaspa! receive thou well that teaching; that will make thee rich in children and rich in milk; rich in seed, in fat, in milk’.
(The Zend-Avesta, Avesta Fragments)
“And I discovered that-profound truth, so difficult to perceive, difficult to understand, tranquilizing and sublime, which is not to be gained by mere reasoning, and is visible only to the wise.”
((The Eightfold Path), Buddha, the Word (The Eightfold Path))
“Aye, he who resigns his face to God, and who is kind, he shall have his reward from his Lord, and no fear shall be on them, and they shall not grieve.”
(The Qur’an (E.H. Palmer tr), Sura 2 – The Heifer)
The Bab says:
“All matters must be referred to the Book of God; I am indeed the First to believe in God and in His signs; I am the One Who divulgeth and proclaimeth the Truth and I have been invested with every excellent title of God, the Mighty, the Incomparable. Verily I have attained the Day of the First Manifestation and by the bidding of the Lord and as a token of His grace, I shall attain the Day of the Latter Manifestation. There is no God but Him and at the appointed hour everyone shall bow down unto Him in adoration.”
(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 10)
In the posting entitled “KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE CANNOT BE SOLD AND BOUGHT” on September 3, 2010, I have writtien: What are written in the Holy Books are not knowledge, but they are only symbols to awaken human thinking.
Now, I state that my quotations from the Holy Books are true knowledge, because I believe in Baha’u’llah and in Abdul-Baha, His authoritative Interpreter and Center of the Divine Covenant. For those who don’t believe, they still consider that the Holy Books are meaningless.