Does anyone find adult life is a bit disappointing sometimes? Not as you imagined when you were a child?

Asked by SammyTan

Reply by Me

I am happy with all stages of my life: childhood, teenage, youth. adulthood, elderness. In each stage, there are trials, achievements, pleasant discoveries…

Life is not a series of events which we like or dislike, but a maturing process that brings us nearer and nearer to God. In divine education, we learn to perceive God’s guidance and conducting our life towards mature spirituality.

We don’t exist naturally as lower creatures, or as children with wild imagination; we live as rational beings maturing with the heat and pressure of God’s tests.

God’s love and protection take us to spiritual immorlity.

Wishing you ultimate success.


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Abdul-Baha says:


Every superior stage comprehendeth that which is inferior and discovereth the reality thereof, but the inferior one is unaware of that which is superior and cannot comprehend it. Thus man cannot grasp the Essence of Divinity, but can, by his reasoning power, by observation, by his intuitive faculties and the revealing power of his faith, believe in God, discover the bounties of His Grace. He becometh certain that though the Divine Essence is unseen of the eye, and the existence of the Deity is intangible, yet conclusive (spiritual) proofs assert the existence of that unseen Reality.

 (Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 341)


All stages quite pleasant

With divine education

We know how it is


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