Your first thought when you hear Paris?

Asked By ShadesofBlues 18-21, F 3 Answers 1 min ago in Community

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Visit of Abdul-Baha in few months between 1911-1912. His Talks in the Book entitled “Paris Talks” cover almost all aspects of the Teachings and Laws revealed by Baha’u’llah. His journey to the West is the spiritual bridge connecting the East and the West into one family. This Book is now available in almost all languages (including Vietnamese) for learners of world religions.
My daughter and her husband are now living in Paris with many of their cousins. Wishing that more and more people will realize that Abdul-Baha is strengthening our bond of love.
I have many friends in France through our love for Abdul-Baha. I am thankful to Abdul-Baha for His journey.

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Abdul-Baha says:

The West is like a strong sturdy plant; when the rain falls gently upon it to give it nourishment and the sun shines upon it, then does it blossom in due time and bring forth good fruit. It is a long time since the Sun of Truth mirrored forth by the Lord Christ has shed its radiance upon the West, for the Face of God has been veiled by the sin and forgetfulness of man. But now again, praise be to God, the Holy Spirit speaks anew to the world! The constellation of love and wisdom and power is once more shining from the Divine Horizon to give joy to all who turn their faces to the Light of God. Bahá’u’lláh has rent the veil of prejudice and superstition which was stifling the souls of men.
(Abdu’l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 34)


Bond of divine love
Now connecting East and West
Through Abdul-Baha


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