Is JESUS your friend?

Asked By: dragde5 2 hours ago

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Answer by pukirahe Feb 29th, 2012 at 2:41AM

Yes, Jesus is my Friend, My Master, My Savior.
As a Friend, I found Him staying with me
and helping me before anyone else.
As my Master, He teaches me new things
that I could not bear 2000 years ago.
As my Savior, He protects me from my own
wrongdoings and from attaching to the world.
To me, He is the Holy Spirit returning in
the Glory of the Father, Baha’u’llah.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“We have ordained that our Cause be taught through the power of utterance. Beware lest ye dispute idly with anyone. Whoso ariseth wholly for the sake of his Lord to teach His Cause, the Holy Spirit shall strengthen him and inspire him with that which will illumine the heart of the world, how much more the hearts of those who seek Him.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 79)


I love my Jesus
Also my Baha’u’llah
God’s Holy Spirit



Do you truly believe in the things taught by your religion? Why? (don’t attack me on this one just curious)

Asked By: lexydeliz 57 minutes ago

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Answer by pukirahe Feb 29th, 2012 at 2:08AM

I fully and thankfully believe the things taught
by my religion, the Religion from God for all people.
Because, through learning and practicing its teachings,
I find its truth, its power and its rationality.
The truth reflects in the teachings concerning
the unity of God, unity of Religion and unity of Mankind.
This truth leads me to love and respect of all
human beings.
The power appears in its expansion, consolidation
and service devotedly all over the world, despite
of all trials, difficulties, persecutions.
The rationality exists in all activities of individuals,
communities and institutions. All questions, problems,
queries are tackled in free and loving consultations.
And because this is the most recent chapter of the Progressive
Revelation of God, it reflects the perfections of all
other Revelations in their early days. This is so apparent
and prominent that shallow observers consider it as
a synthetic combination of all religions with modern
modifications. But, it is truly independent with divinely
new Prophets, New Holy Books and New Institutions.
It is not a work, a cult, an organization of men
that would be gradually disintegrated and fallen into

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Baha’u’llah says:

“We found you, as We found most men, worshipping names which they mention during the days of their life, and with which they occupy themselves. No sooner do the Bearers of these names appear, however, than they repudiate Them, and turn upon their heels. Thus have We found you, and thus have We reckoned up your actions and borne witness to all your doings in this day. Know ye that God will not, in this day, accept your thoughts, nor your remembrance of Him, nor your turning towards Him, nor your devotions, nor your vigilance, unless ye be made new in the estimation of this Servant, could ye but perceive it.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 233)


I’m thankful to God
For educating all through
His Revelation


If for a century from now, how would you feel about the state of human evolution if religion is still alive?

Asked By: outsidewitness 18 minutes ago

Answer by pukirahe Feb 28th, 2012 at 3:22PM

Human evolution will be most glorious.
Science and religion will work together
harmoniously to build God’s Paradise
on earth. This observation is based on
the maturity of man and the huge achievements
through the Internet. One man today can
accomplish more than one thousand scholars
in the previous century. And cooperation among
individuals, teams, nations is tremendous.
While I write these simple lines, other people
have read, written and sold thousands of great books.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Hence the unity of all mankind can in this day be achieved. Verily this is none other but one of the wonders of this wondrous age, this glorious century. Of this past ages have been deprived, for this century — the century of light — hath been endowed with unique and unprecedented glory, power and illumination. Hence the miraculous unfolding of a fresh marvel every day. Eventually it will be seen how bright its candles will burn in the assemblage of man.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu’l-Baha, p. 31)


Immense Internet
Shows clearly world unity


What helps you wake up in the morning?

Asked By: Nem0 36 minutes ago

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Answer by pukirahe Feb 28th, 2012 at 2:46PM
Year of Dragon, Day 38

My answering questions on EP really helps.
If I wake up late, my Internet connection
will go slow and the work becomes more
tiresome and time-consuming!
Moreover, I have been encouraged
by a nice Russian saying as follows:
“Early to bed, early to rise is healthy,
wealthy and wise”.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“51. O SON OF MY HANDMAID! Be not troubled in poverty nor confident in riches, for poverty is followed by riches, and riches are followed by poverty. Yet to be poor in all save God is a wondrous gift, belittle not the value thereof, for in the end it will make thee rich in God, and thus thou shalt know the meaning of the utterance, “In truth ye are the poor,” and the holy words, “God is the all-possessing,” shall even as the true morn break forth gloriously resplendent upon the horizon of the lover’s heart, and abide secure on the throne of wealth.” (Baha’u’llah, The Persian Hidden Words)


I’am thankful to God
For my happy working hours
From early morning


Do you believe animals and humans ever talked the same language or ever will in the future?

Asked By: hopefullyhumble 20 minutes ago

Answer by pukirahe Feb 28th, 2012 at 3:35AM

Never and absolutely never.
Animals are animals, and humans beings
are a distinct and higher species.
Animals can never use the spiritual language of man.
And even when using the body language,
an uneducated man can express higher and deeper emotions,
thoughts, ideals… which are deprived from animals.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Thus it is clear that if there were not in man a power different from any of those of the animals, the latter would be superior to man in inventions and the comprehension of realities. Therefore, it is evident that man has a gift which the animal does not possess. Now, the animal perceives sensible things but does not perceive intellectual realities. For example, that which is within the range of its vision the animal sees, but that which is beyond the range of sight it is not possible for it to perceive, and it cannot imagine it. So it is not possible for the animal to understand that the earth has the form of a globe.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Some Answered Questions, p. 186)


Man’s nobility
Is God-given quality
Beyond all beings


If you could experience any culture in the world before your death, what would it be and why?

Asked By: minnieadams 3 days ago

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Feb 24th, 2012 at 3:49PM, Year of Dragon, Day 34

Culture Of Learning.
This is a new Culture of all mankind.
This is the sole Culture that will open
all human minds, bring them to
understanding, then love, unity and peace.
Our whole history in the Age of immaturity
was the Age of Ignorance, of wrongdoings.
In those days, education was exclusive
privilege of minority classes of leaders, princes,
monks and rare philosophers.
Now, education becomes popular for all,
knowledge broadens like water overflows the seas.
Yes, let us promote the Culture of Learning,
exalt it, inhale it and make it a new garment
for each and all human beings.

Reply by minnieadams Feb 25th, 2012 at 10:57AM

Very nice!

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Baha’u’llah says:

“In a number of earlier religious Dispensations and in certain
cultures the kissing of the hand of a religious figure or of a
prominent person was expected as a mark of reverence and
deference to such persons and as a token of submission to
their authority. Bahá’u’lláh prohibits the kissing of hands
and, in His Tablets, He also condemns such practices as
prostrating oneself before another person and other forms of
behaviour that abase one individual in relation to another.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Aqdas, p. 193)


All men are equal
In the divine family
Of the One True God


Are you a free thinker, or do you let society dictate how you will think?

Asked By: SmartSweet1 10 hours ago

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Answer by pukirahe Feb 27th, 2012 at 4:13PM

I don’t know what the society is dictating to me.
I don’t think that I am a free thinker.
Nobody shows me the purpose of my life,
I find it myself in the teachings of Baha’u’llah
at the age of thirty. I learn to know and to
love God. With this learning I come to love
humanity and I get along with other people
in society, without feeling whether I am
dominating others or being dominated by them.
It seems that life is a mystery that each individual
will make discovery and enjoy it by oneself.

Reply by SmartSweet1 Feb 27th, 2012 at 8:32PM

Such a blissful attitude

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Abdul-Baha says:

“At first it is very difficult to welcome death, but after attaining its new condition the soul is grateful, for it has been released from the bondage of the limited to enjoy the liberties of the unlimited. It has been freed from a world of sorrow, grief and trials to live in a world of unending bliss and joy. The phenomenal and physical have been abandoned in order that it may attain the opportunities of the ideal and spiritual.” (Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 47)


Learning and learning
Through divine education
Soul attaining bliss

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