WHO GIVES YOU WICKED INTENTIONS?

Who or What gives you Wicked intentions?

Asked By: Nem0 10 hours ago
i can think of a certain lady

Answer by pukirahe Oct 30th, 2011 at 6:08AM

Buddha tells three reasons: Lust, Anger and Ignorance,
and ignorance is the worst! Because lust and anger
are only the fruit of ignorance.
Once we get true knowledge, we will become
happy, peaceful and tolerant.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“Even as in the “Beginning that hath no beginnings” the term “last” is truly applicable unto Him who is the Educator of the visible and of the invisible, in like manner, are the terms “first” and “last” applicable unto His Manifestations. They are at the same time the Exponents of both the “first” and the “last.” Whilst established upon the seat of the “first,” they occupy the throne of the “last.” Were a discerning eye to be found, it will readily perceive that the exponents of the “first” and the “last,” of the “manifest” and the “hidden,” of the “beginning” and the “seal” are none other than these holy Beings, these Essences of Detachment, these divine Souls.” (Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 162)

HAIKU
Once gaining knowledge
From Divine Educator
We enjoy freedom

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WHY DOES GOD TAKE THINGS FROM US?

Why does God take everything away from us?

Asked By: Design88 8 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Oct 30th, 2011 at 5:22AM

By taking, God is giving us a new cycle of life.
It is like planting, harvesting and planting again.
For the cow every day are the same.
For man each day is a new step of advancement,
a new harvest, a new and greater life cycle.
See how marvelously different is the virtual world in
this century to the last century. And see man’s great steps
forward in art, science and technology.
Only morality is somewhat gloomy,
but it will be brightened with the speed of light
in this Age of human maturity.

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Abdul-baha says:

“The meaning of eternal life is the gift of the Holy Spirit, as the flower receives the gift of the season, the air, and the breezes of spring. Consider: this flower had life in the beginning like the life of the mineral; but by the coming of the season of spring, of the bounty of the clouds of the springtime, and of the heat of the glowing sun, it attained to another life of the utmost freshness, delicacy and fragrance. The first life of the flower, in comparison to the second life, is death.”(Abdu’l-Baha, Some Answered Questions, p. 242)

HAIKU

We’re now in the spring
Of a new living cycle
On this nice planet

DO YOU WANT TO DIE?

Do you want to die?

Asked By: gosling28 27 minutes ago

Answer by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2011 at 11:42PM

NO, because I know surely that nothing dies.
Physical things only change their forms.
Spiritual realities exist eternally.
He who thinks about death only disappoints himself.
When his body comes to earth, his soul will bitterly regrets.
All people need not think how to live, but they should
learn how to live as rational beings, as true children of God.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“We must now realize that we are the servants of one God, that we turn to one beneficent Father, live under one divine law, seek one reality and have one desire. Thus may we live in the utmost friendship and love, and in return the favors and bounties of God shall surround us; the world of humanity will be reformed; mankind, enjoy a new life; eternal light will illumine, and heavenly moralities become manifest.”(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 66)

HAIKU
God, the Living God
Creates all things for life
By His boundless love

WHAT IS PERFECTION?

What is perfection?

Asked By: IthinksoIam 3 hours ago

Good Question? (3)

Answer by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2011 at 6:04PM

It is said that practice makes perfect.
But perfection in robbery is not good.
Perfection must be in spiritual powers.
However, man’s perfection is very limited,
hence the perfections of Peter cannot
place him on the station of Christ.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“With fixed and steady gaze, born of the unerring eye of God, scan for a while the horizon of divine knowledge, and contemplate those words of perfection which the Eternal hath revealed, that haply the mysteries of divine wisdom, hidden ere now beneath the veil of glory and treasured within the tabernacle of His grace, may be made manifest unto you.”(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 16)

HAIKU

Divine perfection
The highest goal for all people
Who know and love God

WHY BE THANKFUL TO GOD FOR CALAMITIES?

Have you ever thanked God for unanswered prayers?

Asked By: PrincessMaine 4 hours ago

I have a lot of serious reasons right now for asking this question…
Ummm…sorry was looking for serious answers..I’m going through a very difficult time…

Good Question? (6)

Answer by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2011 at 5:14PM

I am thankful to God even for calamities.
When I asked God for wisdom, He did not
answer; I thankfully realized that wisdom is not
a thing to give, but a mental ability to be developed.
When I asked God for detachment from worldly temptations;
He put me in prison for nine years,
and I thankfully realized that it was the period of time
I served best His Cause. In those nine years
I have taught nine Baha’is. (While in seventy five years
of my life, I have not found seventy five sensible souls
to deliver the Divine Message.) Yes, how happy and thankful
were my days in prison.

Reply by PrincessMaine Oct 29th, 2011 at 6:23PM

Wow…nice!!!!!

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Baha’u’llah says:

“The Qur’án was an impregnable stronghold unto the people of Muhammad. In His days, whosoever entered therein, was shielded from the devilish assaults, the menacing darts, the soul-devouring doubts, and blasphemous whisperings of the enemy. Upon him was also bestowed a portion of the everlasting and goodly fruits — the fruits of wisdom, from the divine Tree. To him was given to drink the incorruptible waters of the river of knowledge, and to taste the wine of the mysteries of divine Unity.” (Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 200)

HAIKU

The way to wisdom
Is showed in the Holy Books
For human beings

HOW ABOUT UNANSWERED PRAYERS?

Have you ever thanked God for unanswered prayers?

Asked By: PrincessMaine 1 hour ago

I have a lot of serious reasons right now for asking this question…
Ummm…sorry was looking for serious answers..I’m going through a very difficult time…

Good Question? (6)

Answer by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2011 at 5:14PM

I am thankful to God even for calamities.
When I asked God for wisdom, He did not
answer; I thankfully realized that wisdom is not
a thing to give, but a mental ability to be developed.
When I asked God for detachment from worldly temptations;
He put me in prison for nine years,
and I thankfully realized that it was the period of time
I served best His Cause. In those nine years
I have taught nine Baha’is. (While in seventy five years
of my life, I have not found seventy five sensible souls
to deliver the Divine Message.) Yes, how happy and
thankful were my days of imprisonment.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“Fear God, and debar yourselves not from Him Who is the Dayspring of His signs. This shall, in truth, but profit your own selves; as to your Lord, He, verily, can afford to dispense with all creatures. From everlasting was He alone; there was none else besides Him. He it is in Whose name the standard of Divine Unity hath been planted upon the Sinai of the visible and invisible worlds, proclaiming that there is none other God but Me, the Peerless, the Glorious, the Incomparable.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 50)

HAIKU

I’m thankful to God
For His sweet calamities
That strengthens my faith

WHERE WOULD WE MEET?

If we were in real life,where would i most probably meet you?

Asked By: behemoth 21 minutes ago

Answer by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2011 at 2:16PM

We all meet in the worship of God.
It is said that: love is not to look at one another,
but to look toward the same direction. So when
we turn our mind heavenward to worship God,
we will enjoy eternal bliss in the Divine Guidance
and Divine Unity.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“In this station the truth of the unity of God and of the signs of His sanctity is established. Thou shalt indeed see them all rising above the bosom of God’s might and embraced in the arms of His mercy; nor can any distinction be made between His bosom and His arms. To speak of change or transformation in this plane would be sheer blasphemy and utter impiety, for this is the station wherein the light of divine unity shineth forth, and the truth of His oneness is expressed, and the splendours of the everlasting Morn are reflected in lofty and faithful mirrors.” (Baha’u’llah, Gems of Divine Mysteries, p. 31)

HAIKU
Turning heavenward
To worship the One True God
I meet all my friends

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