The Mansion of Baha'u'llah in Bahji

The Mansion of Baha’u’llah in Bahji (Photo credit: Adib Roy)


Homelessness (Photo credit: Todd Huffman)

English: Street musician in Amsterdam

English: Street musician in Amsterdam (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Do you give homeless people money?

Asked By: DannyBooth 16-17, M  18 minutes ago

i do, especially if they have a dog with them 😦

Posted by Me Sep 7th, 2013 at 6:57PM


No governments, no organizations, no richards… can give money to all homeless people on earth. The act of giving alms only encourages lazy people and maintains the low standard of life. Charity should be practiced, but only limited to short periods of sudden calamities.

Old story says a king distributed an equal sum of money to all his people, and after some time, inequality were restored.

Poverty should be annihilated with more mind and heart.

All people should be educated and trained to undrestand that they are equally noble human beings and they can master their own destinies. This is of most urgent and most important duty that all people of good will, especially the rulers, must know and must serve.

As long as people remain in ignorance, our world still have to suffer childish habits, superstitions and prejudices.

Popular and universal educatioin must be made compulsory in all lands.


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 Baha’u’llah says:

 49. O CHILDREN OF DUST! Tell the rich of the midnight sighing of the poor, lest heedlessness lead them into the path of destruction, and deprive them of the Tree of Wealth. To give and to be generous are attributes of Mine; well is it with him that adorneth himself with My virtues.

(Baha’u’llah, The Persian Hidden Words)


 Educate children

Esteem and trade for living

As children of God


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