How do we bridge the gap between young and old?

Asked By: klegend0 (18-21, M) 14 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 30th, 2012 at 9:31PM

No way, the gap will be wider and wider.
The old are shrinking, the young are developing
at the speed of light on universal scale,
The way for harmony in the family is that
all must remain humble, tolerant, understanding.
Lots of things have to be changed for all to cope
with a complete new world. Never in human history
that the change is so drastic that we can no longer
have a home with three of four generations as we
had in the previous centuries.
With quantum science the atom has become huge
and the multiverses appeared as sands of the
Gange River.
Discovery of the spiritual realm is beyond all imagnation.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Thou hearest, O my God, my sighs and my groaning, and beholdest my powerlessness, and my poverty, and my misery, and my woes, and my wretchedness. I swear by Thy might! I have wept with such a weeping that I have been unable to make mention of Thee, or to extol Thee, and cried with such a bitter cry that every mother in her bereavement was bewildered at me, and forgot her own anguish and the sighs she had uttered.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 271)




Great joy and regret

Universal in this Day

Of Resurrection




Do you go by the saying “question everything”

Asked By: QTB2 (18-21, F) 14 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 30th, 2012 at 7:50PM

Everything are entitled to be questioned
because existence is an unfathomable mystery.
Today we may think that we know something,
tomorrow we discover that our knowledge was false.
I submit my curriculum vitae to my employer,
he reads it carefully without knowing anything about me.
Even if he asks questions, he follows my activities,
he spends his whole life to prove his careful study,
he will not know who I am. I also cannot know who he is.
As a young person, we used to imagine that we know everything,
and that is why we become more and more surprised
with the happenings in the world.
That is why we must live and learn always.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I testify that no sooner had the First Word proceeded, through the potency of Thy will and purpose, out of His mouth, and the First Call gone forth from His lips than the whole creation was revolutionized, and all that are in the heavens and all that are on earth were stirred to the depths. Through that Word the realities of all created things were shaken, were divided, separated, scattered, combined and reunited, disclosing, in both the contingent world and the heavenly kingdom, entities of a new creation, and revealing, in the unseen realms, the signs and tokens of Thy unity and oneness.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 295)




Life a mystery

For interesting study

Through generations


Does your beleif in GOD prevent u from commiting suicide in this sinful world of pain? it does 4 me

Asked By: missempathorpe (36-40, F) 13 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 30th, 2012 at 6:06PM

My belief in God tells me that life is worth living.
Not only living, but living happily, eternally and thankfully.
My soul is filled with the love of God, so no negative
feelings can affect me.
I cannot imagine how belief in God might be otherwise.
Belief in God is not vain imagination of blind faith.
It must be conscious knowledge, volition to serve His Cause
and active living to translate His omniscience and
omnipotence into reality.
Clear Teachings of God are now easily accessible on the Internet.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I am bewildered, therefore, O my God, and know not how to act toward them. Every time I hold my peace, and cease to extol Thy wondrous virtues, Thy Spirit impelleth me to cry out before all who are in Thy heaven and on Thy earth; and every time I am still, the breaths wafted from the right hand of Thy  307  will and purpose pass over me, and stir me up, and I find myself to be as a leaf which lieth at the mercy of the winds of Thy decree, and is carried away whithersoever Thou dost permit or command it.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 306)




Firm belief in God

Cause of lasting happiness

For all believers


What are 5 things that you value in your life?

Asked By: LanaRay (18-21, F) 19 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 30th, 2012 at 5:20PM

All must become literate to learn (in real life and on the Internet)
how to live happily.
Love, selfless and unconditional love is foundation of all existence.
Law will keep our doings in moderation.
Labor in the spirit of service will make our job more pleasant.
Finally we can laugh to relieve all burden and to regenerate.
The more we think, the more we will see great values in these
simple and common things.

Reply by LanaRay Dec 30th, 2012 at 5:22PM

i definitely agree with you


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I give Thee thanks, O my God, that Thou hast decided through the power of Thy decree, and wilt continue to decide through Thine irrevocable appointment and purpose. I entreat Thee, O my Beloved, by Thy Name through which Thou didst lift up the ensigns of Thy Cause, and shed the splendors of the light of Thy countenance, to send down upon me and upon such of Thy servants as are wholly devoted to Thee all the good Thou hast ordained in Thy Tablets.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 309)



Libraries exist

Showing life perplexity

So we live and learn


Shrine of Baha'u'llah

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Pages of The Hidden Words

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How do you know if you had a blessing in disguise

Asked By: dreamercan (13-15, F) 24 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Dec 29th, 2012 at 9:28PM

I consider the results of my calamities.
After the first calamity, I met the Cause of God.
After the second calamity, I met my wife and her
wonderful relatives.
After the third calamity, I become content with
all bestowals from God in the real world
as well as on this virtual world.
In my tender age, I feared starvation, because
I didn’t know the misery of the African kids in
war ravaged countries.
As a youth, I feared judgment of other people,
because I didn’t know how they treated Christ
and other Prophets.
In the adulthood, I feared imprisonment, because
I didn’t know the heroes such as Nelson Mandela
and the Jews under Hitler.
Now I see evident blessings everywhere.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “51. O SON OF MAN! My calamity is My providence, outwardly it is fire and vengeance, but inwardly it is light and mercy. Hasten thereunto that thou mayest become an eternal light and an immortal spirit. This is My command unto thee, do thou observe it.” (Baha’u’llah, The Arabic Hidden Words)




If eyes see blessings

All people will rush to God

With complete blind faith


Who will stand and fight for justice?

Asked By: MathMan789 (31-35, M) 10 minutes ago

All I ever really hear anymore is complaints about how unjust things are in the world.

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 29th, 2012 at 7:17PM

Freedom, Justice, Peace… cannot be fought for.
We must learn how to realize in our daily life all
the high ideals that we love.
We make free choice and we respect the freedom of others.
We practice justice by using our own eyes and minds.
We make peace with God and He shows us how to
make peace with nature, with society, with aliens.
We don’t fight for light, for air, for water….
and at this age of maturity we also don’t need
to fight for prosperity, progress, happiness.
We will realize them all through education.

Reply by MathMan789 Dec 29th, 2012 at 7:22PM

Looks good on paper, but experience has taught me that we must be willing to fight for and defend all we hold dear.

Reply by pukirahe Dec 29th, 2012 at 8:44PM

In the past it looked good on paper, because we had no Internet. Now the whole world can learn to know the truth and all high ideals will become practical.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Beware lest thou be led to connive at injustice. Set thy heart firmly upon justice, and alter not the Cause of God, and be of them whose eyes are directed towards the things that have been revealed in His Book. Follow not, under any condition, the promptings of thine evil desires. Keep thou the law of God, thy Lord, the Beneficent, the Ancient of Days.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 232)



We do injustice

And condemn the world for it

Are we not unjust?


Strumming along

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AbdolBaha's knighting ceremony

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The Grave of Munírih Khánum, wife of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá at the Monument Gardens of the Bahá’í World Centre in Haifa, Israel. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Has anyone ever tried to convert you?

Asked By: XxJamberxX (18-21, F) 30 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Dec 29th, 2012 at 6:28PM

I am proud and thankful to admit that I am religious.
I want very much to convert other people, but I
abstain from this, because I realize that truth is relative.
However, I admire very much other religious people
who try to convert me. I love them and I become
their friends.
I admire them because they accept all hatred
in their service for the Cause of God. They love
other people and they want all to accept God.
Since truth is relative, our minds have limitations,
so our efforts in conversion may cause confusion.
In this Age of human maturity, we better let people
to investigate the truth for themselves.
Let free people seek for their supreme purpose.

Reply by Serenitree Dec 29th, 2012 at 6:48PM



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Abdul-Baha says:

 “I hope that the lights of the Sun of Reality will illumine the whole world so that no strife and warfare, no battles and bloodshed remain. May fanaticism and religious bigotry be unknown, all humanity enter the bond of brotherhood, souls consort in perfect agreement, the nations of earth at last hoist the banner of truth, and the religions of the world enter the divine temple of oneness, for the foundations of the heavenly religions are one reality.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 95)


It’s worthy to try

Spreading brotherhood daily

Through sincere friendship

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