What is in your pockets?

Asked By: ManuelDanielSt 31-35, M  26 minutes ago

Posted by Me Sep 11th, 2013 at 10:29PM

Things contained in my pocket, in my house, in all worlds, are mere dust. Only invisible things are preciously worthy for man’s notice.
Love from God and to God is precious.
Love from parents and love to parents is precious.
Love from mankind and love to them is precious.
Knowledge revealed in Holy Books are precious.
Data shared on the Internet are precious.
Application of these hidden pearls for a better life is precious.
In the past, the immature humanity need physical food to nurture the physical and mental life.
The mature human beings today need much more spiritual food to sustain the eternal soul.
Blessed are people who develop their spiritual sight to see the precious truth, beauty and godliness.


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 Abdul-Baha says:

 “Know, O thou possessors of insight, that true spirituality is like unto a lake of clear water which reflects the divine. Of such was the spirituality of Jesus Christ. There is another kind which is like a mirage, seeming to be spiritual when it is not. That which is truly spiritual must light the path to God, and must result in deeds. We cannot believe the call to be spiritual when there is no result. Spirit is reality, and when the spirit in each of us seeks to join itself with the Great Reality, it must in turn give life.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 107)


 Invisible things

Essential for human life

Mature man can find


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