I tried so hard And got so far But in the end It doesn’t even matter I had to fall To lose it all But in the end It doesn’t mater?

Asked By HalebPLL 13-15, F 1 Answer 13 mins ago in Community

Reply By Me

They may come back as more calamities.
Divine rewards cannot be seen physically, otherwise good people are only profeteers. They give something in exchage for something of greater value! This is why many followers abandon Buddha, Christ, Muhammad…. when they have not received the expected compensation.
Our thinking, saying, doing good as taught by God, surely resulting in divine guidance. With this guidance, we experience the sacred blissfulness, although in most desastrous conditions as the cases of early believers, saints, martyrs.
Morever, love with calculation is not true love. Good deeds are done consciously and voluntarily by selfless love. Lovers sacrify their all and may not live to see the results of their actions.
This truth can be understood only when the truth seeker spiritually enters in the communion with the Divine Messengers.
True good for man is not physical benefits, but it is life eternal in God’s Kingdom. Today, Holy Books are available for all mankind; however only few are chosen although all are called!
Call today is repeated loudly with the most loudly Trumpet.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 The rewards of this life are the virtues and perfections which adorn the reality of man. For example, he was dark and becomes luminous, he was ignorant and becomes wise, he was neglectful and becomes vigilant, he was asleep and becomes awakened, he was dead and becomes living, he was blind and becomes a seer, he was deaf and becomes a hearer, he was earthly and becomes heavenly, he was material and becomes spiritual. Through these rewards he gains spiritual birth, and becomes a new creature.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 323)


 Man’s life eternal

Most precious reward from God

For man’s good actions


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