What are you pondering?

Asked By: joydream 31-35, F  27 minutes ago

Posted by Me Dec 17th, 2013 at 9:25PM

The joy of life.
We have all things abundantly bestowed by God for the needs and desires of all human beings; why many individuals are still in poverty and suffering?! Soil, air, water, energy, food (physical and especially spiritual), why we don’t use our intelligence for getting, sharing and enjoying complete happiness? For example, one hour of sunlight is sufficient for world energy in years. Holy Books can be used to develop human minds in centuries, and so on ,,,,
For the last six thousand years of our recorded history, mankind do not learn how to think. Thinking was exclusive right for a small number of rulers and philosophers. Now, we all can learn creative thinking in the real world as well as on the virtual world. Wishing that no one will keep on living heedlessly in injustice and misery.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 The dawn of the Sun of Reality is assuredly for the illumination of the world and for the manifestation of mercy. In the assemblage of the family of Adam results and fruits are praiseworthy, and the holy bestowals of every bounty are abundant. It is an absolute mercy and a complete bounty, the illumination of the world, fellowship and harmony, love and union; nay, rather, mercifulness and oneness, the elimination of discord and the unity of whosoever are on the earth in the utmost of freedom and dignity. The Blessed Beauty said: “All are the fruits of one tree and the leaves of one branch.” He likened the world of existence to one tree and all the souls to leaves, blossoms and fruits. Therefore all the branches, leaves, blossoms and fruits must be in the utmost of freshness, and the bringing about of this delicacy and sweetness depends upon union and fellowship. Therefore they must assist each other with all their power and seek everlasting life.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 215)


 As thinking being

We need continuous learning

To live happily


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