What do you hate about Weekdays?

Asked By: Slimster 22-25, M  55 minutes ago

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Posted by Me Aug 11th, 2013 at 11:00PM

Today all things are made new.
All days are the great days of God.
When I was young, my weekdays were entertaining days and my weekends were more pleasing time. Working is my useful rest and rest is my recreating work. And this feeling does not change even now. I talk about God to the acquaintants on workdays and talk to closer friends and co-religionists on weekends.
Not all people suffer hell on workdays and heaven on weekends. That is traditional feeling passed down from ancient days. In reality, we have joy and sadness in very short moments each day. Once we turn our days into the service of the human race in the love of God, all our breaths become elating breaths. I happily write about God when the computer works, I blissfully meditate about God when the power is out.
Wishing that more and more people will receive the sweet fragrance of the love of God.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “We implore God for patience and forbearance, inasmuch as thou art but a feeble creature and bereft of comprehension. Wert thou to awaken and inhale the fragrance of the breezes that waft from the retreats of eternity, thou wouldst readily abandon all that thou dost possess and in which thou dost rejoice, and choose to abide in one of the dilapidated rooms of this Most Great Prison. Beseech God to grant thee such mature understanding as to enable thee to distinguish praiseworthy actions from those which merit blame. Peace be upon him who followeth the way of guidance!”

(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 177)


 Fragrance of God’s breeze

Bringing divine rejoicing

To Most Great Prison


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