From the moment were born, we start dying. This isn’t life, this death.. So what’s the point? If we’re going to die?

Asked By: alyssaradomski 16-17, F  23 minutes ago

Posted by Me Dec 12th, 2013 at 6:14PM

Non-organic universe exists, it never perishes.
Life is precious.
Plant is more precious than stone.
Monkey is more precious than plant.
Man with intelligence is more precious than monkey.
Human being with immortal soul is priceless beyond all comparison.
Man’s destiny is to answer your questions and billions of other questions concerning the mystery of life. Other creatures, being deprived of rational sense, cannot ask and answer questions. The more questions we answer, the more we will love life.
Stone does not think of life and death.
Man thinks of life and death, and with greater knowledge about life, we will try hard to beautify it, to civilize it, to bring it to greater and greater amazement.
Man’s life is most precious, either he is god or Son of God.
Son of God as Christ comes for eternal life of man.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 … the Blessed Perfection bore all these ordeals and calamities in order that our hearts might become enkindled and radiant, our spirits be glorified, our faults become virtues, our ignorance transformed into knowledge; in order that we might attain the real fruits of humanity and acquire heavenly graces; although pilgrims upon earth we should travel the road of the heavenly kingdom; although needy and poor we might receive the treasures of life eternal. For this has He borne these difficulties and sorrows.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 224)


Elements exist

Man’s soul lives eternally

Under God’s guidance


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