Reply By Me
I wear the happy ring:
Story says a worried western king asked his prime-minister to search and buy for him the precious happy ring which he heard being sold in the orient. After long and difficult quest the minister has found the seller. He was surprised that that was a ring of cheap metal which may cost few cents. At asking why it is sold at the cost of a huge fortune, the seller says: “the cost is for the magic of the inscribed words on it.” Yes, the magic words ” ALL THINGS CHANGE” remove all worries in the mind of the prime minister during his long search. He brought home the ring, and both of them, himself and his king, became very happy.
Now I have the words “all things change” on my desktop and it makes me happy everyday.
The problem is that truth is relative.
New Addition For This Post
Shoghi Effendi says:
The Will and Testament of Bahá’u’lláh and The Will and Testament of the Master clearly and explicitly indicate that the Interpreter of the Word was the Centre of the Covenant and now is the Guardian. There are no other Interpreters whatsoever and no individual may interpret. This is strictly forbidden. Divine Truth is relative and that is why we are enjoined to constantly refer the seeker to the Word itself — and why any explanations we make to ease the journey of the soul of any individual must be based on the Word — and the Word alone.
(Shoghi Effendi, Lights of Guidance, p. 313)
Things of the world change
Only love of God remain
For man’s discovery
Filed under: New World 2014 |