Why Is History So Damn Complicated?
i mean really, there were hundreds of kingdoms and empires and caliphates between the fall of rome and the beginning of the twentieth century, how the heck is one supposed to be able to know about them all?
Asked By frappattack 13-15 5 answers 10 mins ago in doing good

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History is simple.
Man thinks, says and does good things with or without guidance of God.
He who has guidance of God gains life eternel. He who has not gets lost.
We humans exist long ago and will continue to live longer on earth, but the history we can record is only 6,000 years, which is just one meaningless second in the day of life.
Some among us are confused, because we have not enter the divine education of God. In this education, we are taught about physical education, human education and divine education. And with education, all things will be made clear to our minds.
I am thankful to God for divine education.

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Baha’u’llah says:

That no records concerning them (humans before Adam) are now available, should be attributed to their extreme remoteness, as well as to the vast changes which the earth hath undergone since their time.
Moreover such forms and modes of writing as are now current amongst men were unknown to the generations that were before Adam. There was even a time when men were wholly ignorant of the art of writing, and had adopted a system entirely different from the one which they now use. For a proper exposition of this an elaborate explanation would be required.
(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 172)


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