What if everyone’s happy?

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 31st, 2012 at 7:57AM

Everyone is happy and unhappy.
The positive mind is happy in a big family;
the negative one complains why he has to bear too much trouble.
The positive mind is happy when he is alone;
the negavie one complains that nobody is aware of him.
The negative mind is happy when he is poor;
The negative one complains for lacking of all means.
The positive mind is happy when he is rich.
The negative mind complains for the frustration of the stock market!
Therefore, all people can be always happy when they think positively,
the miserable one is he who looks at negative aspects of life.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“If you desire with all your heart, friendship with every race on earth, your thought, spiritual and positive, will spread; it will become the desire of others, growing stronger and stronger, until it reaches the minds of all men.
Do not despair! Work steadily. Sincerity and love will conquer hate. How many seemingly impossible events are coming to pass in these days!”” (Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 29)


You are what you think
This is truth told by Buddha
Millennia ago



What is the purpose of believing in god?

Asked By: loura87 5 hours ago

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 31st, 2012 at 5:08AM

A purposeless life is wasted.
After long years of learning, I realize that
believing in God is the greatest of all purposes,
or more precisely, the beginning and end of all purposes.
Belief in God, for me, is attaining conscious knowledge
in the love of God, practicing His commands, and this
encompasses all good things.
In this there is belief in oneself, in family, in nation,
in angels, in Prophets, yes in all lowest and hightest powers.
I cannot imagine any other purposes more worthy than this.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“It is evident and clear to the wise men of nations – those wise men who are the wooers of absolute reality – that the purpose of the divine messengers and the revelation of the heavenly books and the establishment of the religion of God has been none other than to create amity and justice between the children of the races. True religion is the foundation of spiritual union, the union of thought, the union of susceptibilities, the unity of customs and the ideal chain binding together all the children of men. Through its practical realization, the minds and souls will receive development by divine instruction; they will become assisted to investigate reality, attain to a lofty station of wisdom and establish the basis of a divine civilization.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 160)


Belief in God is best
Because in His boundless love
There is love of all


If you believe in God and life after death(the Paradise promised)are you looking forward to death?

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 31st, 2012 at 4:43AM

I live normally each day, each moment, each breath
in thankfulness to God for all happenings.
This morning my computer becomes slow,
I read and translate book.
Now, it functions better, I watch some videos,
answering questions, writing new article for my blog.
A moment earlier, I had a pleasant hot bath.
A moment much earlier, I had a good siesta…
And from now until 10:00 in the evening
I expect to receive many more blessings from God.
Yes, death might be more pleasant, but I have no
feeling of delay or rush.

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Abdul-Baha says:

We observe that every movement which establishes unity and amity brings in its train life and every cause which promotes differences and enmity carries death in its wake. Every philanthropic movement is born through love and unity and every movement which has produced ruin and devastation has been born through hostility and differences.
We must strive untiringly, perchance we may discover a plan whereby amity and unity will result.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 175)


Life Death both pleasant
Eternal journey to God
No rush or delay


Are atheists sinners in the eyes of the Lord?

Asked By: addict1966 9 hours ago

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 30th, 2012 at 9:18PM

Sinners or saints are not bearers of any labels;
they are in reality the doers of the Will of God or
of their own will.
Yes, he who turns his back to God is going
in the darkness of hell.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“They that spread disorder in the land, shed the blood of men, and wrongfully consume the substance of others — We, verily, are clear of them, and We beseech God not to associate Us with them, whether in this world or in the world to come, unless they should repent unto Him. He, verily, is of those who show mercy the most merciful.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 97)


Obey God’s commands
And willingly disobey
Will give due results


What is so great about being a woman?

Asked By: heilga 3 hours ago

What a great woman she is : Katherine in the taming of the shrew.
Obedient and yet dignified.

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 30th, 2012 at 9:10PM

She is mother of Christ.
She mother of all mankind.
She is good wife.
She is symbol of beauty.
She is builder of happy homes.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Consider how infinite is the bounty of God that a woman such as Mary Magdalene should be selected by God to become the channel of confirmation to the disciples and a light of nearness in His Kingdom. Consequently, trust ye in the bounty and grace of God, and rest assured in the bestowals of His eternal outpouring. I hope that each one of you may become a shining light even as these electric lights are now brilliant in their intensity.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 421)

Woman is mother
She sacrifies her great life
For all her children


Where does space end? how did space start?

Asked By: imperialmissile 2 hours ago

when i close my eyes and think of our galaxy and then think of the galaxy that houses our galaxy and the galaxy that houses every galaxy, surley this cant go on for ever? where does it end? where does the space end? it makes me giddy to think about it, why is it so big and we are so alone?

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 30th, 2012 at 8:30AM
Year of Dragon, Day 69

Nobody knows where the space ends.
But we can guess that it starts from the imaginary
center of the mind of the first evolutionist. He thinks
that from Big Bang matter spread out in all directions,
hence it starts only about 13 billion years ago but its
circumference must be over 40 billion years.
Scientists claim to know all things and they decide
the schools curricula with no spirituality; but I really
wonder about their knowledge:
They say water is made of H2O, but I don’t know
why none of them can combine 66 billion billion atoms of Oxygen
with 33 billion billion atoms of Hydrogen to make one drop of water?
Then, they talk about energy. How can they make that mysterious
energy to bring out one drop of water?!
Perhaps, they should learn the lesson of modesty to ask
questions insread of answering matters that they really don’t know.

Reply by asocial Mar 30th, 2012 at 8:57AM

Firstly, I have never heard a scientist claiming to know everything. Secondly, the science community doesn’t set forth a school’s lessons. Now number three. You math is wrong. Water is two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen. But even having corrected your mistake on the makeup of a water molecule, you can not simple combine the hydrogen and oxygen molecules and produce water. You need an energy source as well. We’ll skip over this because it’s beyond your grasp of reason. As for the billions and billions of atoms you spoke of, that’s more than enough to create a drop of water. But like I said, it wont work because your formula isn’t right. As for asking questions and not answering matters they don’t understand…. that’s one and the same. And that’s what scientists do. They ask a question then search for an answer. To say they should stop answering things they don’t understand is to say they should stop science altogether.

Reply by pukirahe Mar 30th, 2012 at 6:08PM

Dear Sir, you are quite eloquent. So, when the great scientists will use their perfect formula to make a drop of water?

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Abdul-Baha says:

The first link which creates love and justice is the family bond, the second is the patriotic bond, the third is the racial bond, and the fourth is the civic bond. These, although useful in their own limited spheres, are not potent enough to bring about the unification of the entire race. Have we not learned often and with much sorrow that there has been a quarrel between the members of a family, or the inhabitants of one land, or the denizens of various states, or the individuals of different cities?
A permanent peace in the world of existence can be established only through the power of the spirit.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 175)


Where is wise Newton
Who says he knows but one drop
While ocean unknown?!


Do you believe in GOD

Asked By: Prankster3 3 hours ago, 3 days left to answer.

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Answer by pukirahe Mar 30th, 2012 at 4:45AM

This is the excellent question I want to answer
anytime, anywhere: Yes, I believe in God with
consciousness, with certyitude, with thankfulness.
With consciousness, because I independently seek
for God with my own mind.
With certitude because I have read the Book of Certitude
revealed by the most recent Messenger of God.
With thankfulness, because after years of learning and practice,
I see taht God has turned all my calamities into blessings,
and I am receiving gretater blessings each day.
My great blessings of today are: sweet music on the Internet,
fast functioning of my outdated computer, getting more voewers
for my Blog, rereading a marvelous book,.. and so on.
Yes, I pray for other people to see the transforming power
of the All-Compassionate God.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“No man should follow blindly his ancestors and forefathers. Nay, each must see with his own eyes, hear with his own ears and investigate independently in order that he may find the truth. The religion of forefathers and ancestors is based upon blind imitation. Man should investigate reality.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 25)


God loves all people
But many don’t feel the warm
For being heedless

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