So English is the preferred language here, please don’t mind if mine isn’t good enough. New here.

Asked By WusWaas 31-35, M 9 Answers 11 mins ago in Community

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I like your question for two reasons: You see that English is prefered here and your English is not good enough.
I also see that English prefered all over the world and it may become world language, because it is living and convenient in almost all fields of communications.
Although my English is also not good, but I try to do more studying to keep abreast with the development of our modern world. Perhaps, in the UN and its agencies, English is most widely used. World organizations may become a new form of government and their officials must become more proficient in English. All human beings, as new world citizens, may all need English to exchange knowledge in all ancient and modern matters.
As a traveller, I see that English can be used in any countries of the world, and if we need a translator, it is easiest to find.
I encourage all my descendants to master English (It is not the language of the queen, but it can be American, Australian, Canadian …)
It will be the best means for world unity.


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Shoghi Effendi says:

 A world language will either be invented or chosen from among the existing languages and will be taught in the schools of all the federated nations as an auxiliary to their mother tongue. A world script, a world literature, a uniform and universal system of currency, of weights and measures, will simplify and facilitate intercourse and understanding among the nations and races of mankind. In such a world society, science and religion, the two most potent forces in human life, will be reconciled, will cooperate, and will harmoniously develop.

(Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha’u’llah, p. 203)


 English World language

Best means for world unity

And lasting world peace


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