WHERE ARE YOU NOW?

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Where are you

now?

Asked By: tinkerbell2067 (41-45, F) 19 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Apr 30th, 2013 at 3:01AM

Now I am at the same place with you and it continues to be so in the next life.

Asking and answering questions, we are both on the virtual world.

Our houses, where we are placing the computers, are both on the planet earth.

Our souls are both on the spiritual world which encompasses all worlds.

So all the innumerable worlds known and unknown are but in one common world.

Our vision are developing and developing, gradually and immensely, from

individual to family, to nation, to planet earth, to universe and furthermore.

The broader we open our vision, the happier we will approach the truth in love,

unity and happiness.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I counsel you, in the end, not to overstep the bounds of God, nor to heed the ways and habits of men, for these can neither “fatten nor appease your hunger”. Fix, rather, your gaze upon the precepts of God. Whosoever desireth, let him accept this counsel as a path leading unto his Lord, and whosoever desireth, let him return to his own idle imaginings.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 237)

 HAIKU         

 We stay in one place

Having one Living Father

Who gives us all good

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WHAT TO DO WITH THE LAST TWO MINUTES?

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You have two minutes left to live….who do you call and what do you say?

Asked By: New2sb (46-50, M) 17 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Apr 29th, 2013 at 6:36PM

You are so generous to give me 2 minutes, that is 120 seconds!

I have made preparation for just 12 seconds at the last breath to turn to Baha’u’llah and say “Allah-O-Abha”. Yes, my learning is telling me that this is most important not only for me, but for all human beings

(thousands of Books are required for explaining this point)

We spend our very long and very short lives in getting all known things such as fame, wealth, power… and most of us forget our souls, or at least without knowing that the last dirty breath will bring all our being to eternal shame.

All words of wisdom on earth have been concentrating on just one point: knowing oneself and keeping the last pure breath.

My fear is not about death, but about my sudden last breath. Therefore, I pray constantly for being conscious concerning this unknowable last breath.

Reply by New2sb Apr 29th, 2013 at 6:38PM

Deepest answer…

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “The mind is bewildered at their deeds, and the soul marveleth at their fortitude and bodily endurance. Or is the testimony of these faithless souls who breathe naught but the breath of selfish desire, and who lie imprisoned in the cage of their idle fancies, acceptable? Like the bats of darkness, they lift not their heads from their couch except to pursue the transient things of the world, and find no rest by night except as they labor to advance the aims of their sordid life.

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 181)

 

HAIKU         

 Pure last breath of man

Telling one’s great destiny

Hence be well aware!

THE FUTURE A PROMISE OR A THREAT?

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Do you see the future as a promise or a threat ?

Asked By: Nimbus007 (46-50, M) 30 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Apr 29th, 2013 at 5:44PM

A promise, a promise greater than my knowledge and imagination.
I am seeing a more and more populated, prosperous and united world.
I am witnessing greater and greater efforts of the mature humanity to solve global problems with marvelous discoveries and inventions.
I am living in the immensity of all three worlds: virtual world, world of creation and world of revelation. Our ancestors had no experiences about all these things.
With scientific and religious knowledge, we see that only composed objects are changing forms while elemental substances exist eternally.
Nowhere outside the planet earth can we find signs of great promise as we do right here and now. So we can trust the intelligence of the human race under God‘s guidance and protection.

Reply by Nimbus007 Apr 29th, 2013 at 5:46PM

Positive.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“We, verily, have ordained this Temple to be the source of all existence in the new creation, that all may know of a certainty My power to accomplish that which I have purposed through My word “Be”, and it is! Beneath the shadow of every letter of this Temple We shall raise up a people whose number none can reckon save God, the Help in Peril, the Self-Subsisting.

 (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 8)

 

HAIKU         

 God’s promises fulfilled

Beyond all expectations

How thankful we should

WHICH WORD CAN’T YOU SPELL CORRECTLY?

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Which word can’t

you spell correctly?

Asked By: Nimbus007 (46-50, M) 40 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Apr 28th, 2013 at 7:34PM

“Baha’i” is a word that most people on earth cannot spell correctly, including myself when I first heard about it.

This is regretful, because it is the universal name of a religion and its

believers. The word is hard to be written correctly, although the Baha’i Faith

is already the most widespread on earth, next to the total of all denominations

of Christianity.

Baha is Arabic which means light, glory. Baha’i is follower of Baha’u’llah,

meaning Glory of God. The false spelling is perhaps because people are not

familiar with a universal language, which must be adopted for the communication of all mankind in this New Era.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 

The differences in language cause disunion between nations. There must be one universal language.

The diversity in Faiths is also a cause of separation. The true foundation of

all faiths must be established, the outer differences abolished. There must be

a Oneness of Faith. To end all these differences is a very hard task. The whole

world is sick, and needs the power of the Great Healer.

 (Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 59)

 HAIKU         

 We need world language

For use in world family

Before unity

HOW DO YOU GET MOTIVATED?

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How do you get motivated im constanly tired and no energy

Asked By: debbie4455 (41-45, F) 19 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Apr 28th, 2013 at 5:15PM

Physical energy comes from physical exercise. This derives from physical education and practice.

Mental energy comes from mental exercise. This derives from human education and practice.

Spiritual motivation comes from spiritual exercise. This derives from divine

education and practice.

All the essential education must be got and practiced by oneself voluntarily.

Nobody and nothing can help people who don’t help themselves.

This whole education is now available on the Internet.

Yes, energy, motivation, happiness… all will naturally come to people who go

through education with patient application.

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Abdul-Baha says:

“All of us know that international peace is good, that it is conducive to human welfare and the glory of man but volition and action are necessary before it can be established. Action is the essential.

Inasmuch as this century is a century of light, capacity for action is assured

to mankind. Necessarily the divine principles will be spread among men until

the time of action arrives. Surely this has been so and truly the time and

conditions are ripe for action now.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity, p. 26)

HAIKU         

 Knowledge and action

Foundation true happiness

Let’s learn and practice

HOW MUCH OF LIFE IS PREDICTABLE?

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How much of life is predictable and how much is totally random?

Asked By: JavaBabe (26-30, F) 30 minutes ago

And what does it mean for the ways we think & choose?

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Posted by pukirahe Apr 27th, 2013 at 6:39PM

Spiritual maturity predictable; physical growth random.

I cannot know how to make my body handsome, healthy, living long.

But I know how to preserve a pure, kindly and radiant heart. This is fully

within my own efforts, nothing and nobody can cause death to my soul.

Of course, this is not easy. I must get spiritual knowledge from the Holy Books of the Messengers of God and sincerely putting them into practice. Besides learning, I must pray, meditate and perform charitable acts.

I choose to work for my spiritual life, because it is fully within my

knowledge, volition and action.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Man can voluntarily discontinue vices, nature has no power to modify the influence of its instincts. Altogether it is evident that man is more noble and superior; that in him there is an ideal power surpassing nature. He has consciousness, volition, memory, intelligent power, divine attributes and virtues of which nature is completely deprived, bereft and minus; therefore man is higher and nobler by reason of the ideal and heavenly force latent and manifest in him.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 236)

 

HAIKU

 All men are noble

Image and likeness of God 

Masters of themselves

THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET FOR FREE?

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Things you would

like to get for free?

Asked By: OoLunaoO (26-30, F) 17 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Apr 27th, 2013 at 5:53PM

I have got all the most precious things free.

My life.

My family.

My God, Who loves me, and you, and all His worlds of creation and revelation.

All what I get also belong to you and to other children of God.

Our happiness is, in fact, not to get things, but to know them, to appreciate

them and to remind the truly richest people around us who are wasting time in

seeking for them.

Let us see our nobility, wealthiness, immortality… and be thankful to the Living God.

Reply by OoLunaoO Apr 27th, 2013 at 5:55PM

wise words

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Baha’u’llah says:

“O servant! Warn thou the servants of God not to reject that which they do not comprehend. Say, implore God to open to your hearts the portals of true understanding that ye may be apprised of that of which no one is apprised. Verily, He is the Giver, the Forgiving, the Compassionate.”

(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 188)

HAIKU         

The most rich people

Falsely suffer poverty

Due to lack knowledge

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