The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.

Asked By: Iobject 51-55, M  13 minutes ago

Thomas Jefferson

Posted by Me Dec 14th, 2013 at 10:23PM

In the Age of human immaturity, the monarch takes and gives laws. Instead of applying laws, he governs as he wishes with his claiming the “the king is the law”. So, we suffer feudalism!
Now, at the coming of age, human beings establish institutions which make laws on our behalf. No individuals can take and give unjustly in our democracy. In this young democracy, we still suffer with mistakes made by our institutions. Modifications will be made with good characteristics of aristocracy and spiritual principles. We will be able to conceive justice and we live in our progressive knowledge and wisdom.
All traces of old times in “struggle for survival” will vanishes, and new light of divine civilization will illuminate this world.
This will not be made by kings, but by equal human beings.


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Baha’i Teachings say:

 What the Bahá’í world accomplished during those same years acquires an added brilliancy against the background of this darkened horizon. It is impossible to exaggerate the significance of the achievement that brought the Universal House of Justice into existence. For some six thousand years humanity has experimented with an almost unlimited variety of methods for collective decision-making. From the vantage point of the twentieth century, the political history of the world presents a constantly shifting scene in which there was no possibility that was not  seized upon by human ingenuity. Systems based on principles as different as theocracy, monarchy, aristocracy, oligarchy, republic, democracy and near anarchy have proliferated freely, along with innovations without end that have sought to combine various desirable features of these possibilities. Although most of the options have lent themselves to abuses of one kind or another, the great majority have no doubt contributed in varying degrees to fulfilling hopes of those whose interests they purportedly served.

(Commissioned by The Universal House of Justice, Century of Light, p. 90)


 Mature human race

Building civilization

Much and much higher


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