Oprah’s Most Valuable Spiritual Lessons
by Deborah Dunham Thu, Oct 27 – 12:22 pm ET

Has anyone else been watching Oprah‘s Lifeclass? I have to admit, when I first heard about her new show on OWN, I was skeptical. Like, why is she re-hashing her old shows? Why is she holding on to the past and not moving forward? But then, for lack of nothing better on TV lately, I tuned in and learned how wrong I was. She is in the process of teaching me some really valuable life lessons about emotions and spirituality and overall well-being. I especially liked what she said last night.
Her lesson was all about the people we allow into our lives, the energy they bring us and the energy we bring them. She was talking about the famous lesson she learned from Maya Angelou who said, “When people show you who they are, believe them”. She went on to say how she learned about bad relationships by asking the question, “Why are you blaming the other person? He told you who he was”. That process of allowing someone into our lives who has let us down, been untrustworthy or brought negative energy is good information that will allow us to see, the first time, who they really are.

Comment of Pukirahe

You are going to discover these lessons for yourselves. Here I am only making an additional introduction about the marvelous service of a woman who creates true glory from the darkest conditions of her life, by her own positive and constructive efforts.
I sincerely express my admiration for this rarely black diamond, black rose, black pupil of the eye of the human race.


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Abdul-Baha says:

“Indeed, blessed souls have been elected. When I read their names, spiritual joy was immediately realized, for, praise be to God! certain souls have appeared in that continent who are servants of the Kingdom, self-sacrificing ones of the Peerless Majesty.
O ye friends of mine! Illuminate the meeting with the light of the love of God, make it joyful and happy through the melody of the Kingdom of Holiness, and with heavenly food and through the “Lord’s Supper” confer life.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 404)


Handmaids and servants
Of God are reflecting His
Unfading glory



Religious, Spiritual Support Benefits Men and Women Facing Chronic Illness, MU Study Finds
26/10/2011 16:24:00

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Individuals who practice religion and spirituality report better physical and mental health than those who do not.
To better understand this relationship and how spirituality/religion can be used for coping with significant health issues, University of Missouri researchers are examining what aspects of religion are most beneficial and for what populations. Now, MU health psychology researchers have found that religious and spiritual support improves health outcomes for both men and women who face chronic health conditions.

Comment of Pukirahe

Man’s mind is truly master of the body. Many strong believers can heal themselves and other people. This is a very significant study that may lead to further learning and application by individuals to conduct a healthier and happier life.


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Abdul-Baha says:

“These are the counsels of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. It is my hope that out of the bestowals of the Lord of Hosts ye will become the spiritual essence and the very radiance of humankind, binding the hearts of all with bonds of love; that through the power of the Word of God ye will bring to life the dead now buried in the graves of their sensual desires; that ye will, with the rays of the Sun of Truth, restore the sight of those whose inner eye is blind; that ye will bring spiritual healing to the spiritually sick. These things do I hope for, out of the bounties and the bestowals of the Beloved.”(Abdu’l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu’l-Baha, p. 36)


Life of harmony
Very healthy and happy
For human beings


What is the most divine experience you’ve had in your life?

Asked By: karunapara 10 hours ago

Good Question? (3)

Answer by pukirahe Oct 27th, 2011 at 6:25AM

At the age of 21, I was still confused about the purpose of life.
I did not know why there is suffering, enmity, troubles…
A Persian professor gave a book to my school and nobody
read it. Its title is “Baha’u’llah and the New Era”.
I read the Book and continue to read the Teachings of Baha’u’llah.
At the age of 24, I became Baha’i and living a happy life until today, despite greater calamities I met in the last fifty years.


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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. 51)


I’m a Baha’i that
Believe Baha’u’llah and
Divine Unity

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