What makes your life worth living ?


Asked By TellMeYUCry

36-40, F in Doing Good

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Life is worth living unconditionally for all creatures. Otherwise our earth would be dull like other planets in our solar system as well as in the whole universe. For without plants, we would not have animals and human beings. Without human beings, we would not have questions and answers, without education, without civilization, then Internet, then more marvelous inventions and discoveries in the future.

And because of this, we must try our best to cherish life, to preserve it, to beautify it and to civilize it for generations to come.

In fact, with our rational sense, we can thankfully think of the Supreme Intelligence Who designs life with such miraculous beauty and significance. The more we expand our knowledge, the more we will humble before our spiritual Father, in love, unity, peace, happiness and progress.

Life may exist in other forms that we don’t know yet. For the time being, the form of man’s life is the highest, the most complicated and the most mysterious – hence, extremely precious.



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Baha’u’llah says:

“O friend, the heart is the dwelling of eternal mysteries, make it not the home of fleeting fancies; waste not the treasure of thy precious life in employment with this swiftly passing world. Thou comest from the world of holiness — bind not thine heart to the earth; thou art a dweller in the court of nearness — choose not the homeland of the dust.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Seven Valleys, p. 34)


Life very precious

Light of spirit glorifies

And immortalises


What kind of future do you see for yourself?
Asked By BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F7 Answers 1 20 mins ago in Community
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Happier and happier.
I cannot know how many people will accept me as friend.
I cannot see how many grandchildren I will have.
I cannot know how poor or how rich will be my family.
But lots of good things I will see for sure are:
Human beings will become more mature and more civilized.
My family and friends will serve more efficiently the human race, with greater knowledge, with closer cooperation, with more modern instruments….
More and more people will get into contact with divine education and will re-organise the world with greater love and higher spirituality.
Signs of this reality I am witnessing daily around me and on the Internet. And this is why and how my happiness is continuously expanding.

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Baha’u’llah says:
“Blessed is he who, at the hour of dawn, centring his thoughts on God, occupied with His remembrance, and supplicating His forgiveness, directeth his steps to
the Mashriqu’l-Adhkar and, entering therein, seateth himself in silence to listen to the verses of God, the Sovereign, the Mighty, the All-Praised.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Aqdas, p. 60)
God loves all of us
His love can be seen clearly
When we do His Will


Are you happy with your job?



Asked By DessyLove 18-21, F 2 seconds ago in Community

Yes, always very much.

I love my job, because I consider work as worship, either with or without pay.

I have no physical strength, so I don’t like hard labor. But this love of work enables me to go through it happily for many years in my life.

While working on the rice-field, I tell interesting stories of “the Arabian Nights” to other laborers, and we all forget time under hardship.

Now, sitting almost the whole day before the computer, but I suffer no harm for hands or eyes. And I share positive stories to the viwers.

I am thankful to God for making my life completely happy.



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Abdul-Baha says:

“You have in your hearts the love of humanity, and as far as you are able, you exert yourselves in the cause of charitable work and in the bringing about of unity; this is especially what Bahá’u’lláh desired.

It is for this reason that I am so happy to be among you, and I pray for you, that you may be receptacles for the Blessings of God, and that you may be the means of spreading spirituality throughout this country.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 134)




I do love my job

As service to God’s children

With my gratitude


What’s the difference between being intelligent and being educated?
Asked by joyevaa 31-35, F in Education
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Your asking questions is intelligence; your answering is education.
Lower creatures have no intelligence to ask questions, and no rational sense to go through human and divine education.
With intelligence, you wonder about you and your relation to the world. With education, you will know exactly who you are and how to maintain complete harmony with your Creator and His creation.
As for human education, we have schools and universities teaching science; as for divine education, we have Messengers of God teaching religion. The more a human being is understanding and practicing what he learn, the more he will living a life of happiness and progress in the innumerable worlds of God.
Today all questions and answers can be found on the Internet.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“The day is coming when all the religions of the world will unite, for in principle they are one already. There is no need for division, seeing that it is only the outward forms that separate them. Among the sons of men some souls are suffering through ignorance, let us hasten to teach them; others are like children needing care and education until they are grown, and some are sick — to these we must carry Divine healing.
Whether ignorant, childish or sick, they must be loved and helped, and not disliked because of their imperfection.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 121)
Questions and answers
Essential for development
All human powers


What is the biggest waste of time in your life???
Asked By LadyGypsy 36-40, F in Doing Good
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Judging other people.
Depending on other people.
Ignoring other people.
We waste much time for judging other people, because we cannot understand them, we cannot make them change, while we may need them in the cooperation for world peace.
We waste time by depending on other people, because they cannot understand us and have their own purpose and tendency in life.
We also waste time by ignoring other people. Because of this we isolate ourselves and weaken ourselves in building a new world.
In order to avoid this waste, we should get to know our own selves, to know the purpose of our whole lives and how to achieve it. Then we will be able to mange our relation with the world and to manage our time for success, happiness and progress.

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Baha’u’llah says:
“Man should know his own self and recognize that which leadeth unto loftiness or lowliness, glory or abasement, wealth or poverty. Having attained the stage of fulfilment and reached his maturity, man standeth in need of wealth, and such wealth as he acquireth through crafts or professions is commendable and praiseworthy in the estimation of men of wisdom, and especially in the eyes of servants who dedicate themselves to the education of the world and to the edification of its peoples.”
(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 34)
Without true purpose
Whole life of man biggest waste
And bitter regret


why should you not drink alcohol?
Asked By Unlearn 31-35, M in Community
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Because it damages our health.
It may cause us to commit various social vices.
It also affects negatively family and society.
Therefore, advertisement of alcohol is forbidden all over the world.
Its use is also forbidden in almost all offices.
High personalities don’t drink in public.
Almost all people know about this, but it is very hard to quit it, due to tradition, habit, false thinking and lack of knowledge since childhood. This, and other intoxicated substances (such as tobacco, opium, LSD… ) that attract smugglers very strongly, so sellers and victims cannot avoid them.
Wishing that some new education will empower people to conduct their lives in dignity as they want. I believe that the Golden Age will come with human maturity and the overflow of knowledge via Internet.

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Abdul-Baha says:
“Experience hath shown how much the renouncing of tobacco, wine and opium, giveth health, strength and intellectual enjoyments, penetration of judgment and physical vigor. There exists today a tribe which refrains and abstains from tobacco, alcohol and opium and it completely excels all others in power, in bravery, in health, beauty and grace. A single one of these men can withstand ten men of other tribes, and this hath been universally proved; that is to say, generally, the individuals of this tribe are superior to the individuals of the other tribes.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 335)
Alcohol erodes
Man’s life and community
So we should avoid


Best part about Christmas?
Asked By QuiriousMe 41-45, in Community
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Remembrance of Christ and His Father in Heaven.
Without this, all Christmas parties are big waste of time and money.
Believers and friends should take this occasion to think about Christ’s mission with incomparable sacrifice.
He came and now returns, not for man’s indulgence in worldly desires, but for repentance and reunion with God in His Kingdom.
Reading of the Bible about the Paraclete, the Comforter, the Holy Spirit… will be very helpful. Meditation and action according to the words of Christ will be most profitable.
I regretfully see that nowhere celebration of Christmas is planned in this way, but only noisy marketing for buying, eating, entertaining!….
Praying that Christ will cause us all to see His Divine Power.

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Abdul-Baha says:
“Verily, the people who rejoice in the day of the feast and enjoyed the tree (Christmas tree 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.
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. 295)
Christ came as Savior
Simply with education
From God the Father

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