What’s the most common flaw in people?
Asked By akaShaun 16-17, M in Community
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We all don’t know who we are, from where and for what.
Because of this we are doing all things wrong and we have to collectively suffer the negative consequences.
And it is even worse when we falsely blame other people for this common flaw.
In reality, God created all human beings with perfection for us to represent Him as His spiritual children in the universe.
He caused the development of our intelligence by sending down, from age to age, His Messengers to act as Divine Educators.
Today, people who have entered His Divine Education, understand more and more about human abilities and about the purpose of God’s creation.
With the education of Baha’u’llah, God’s most recent Messenger in this age of human maturity, we are building unity of knowledge, of planning and of action, causing the planet to become one family of God in His boundless love.
More and more learners will share this education to all human beings, and all wise theories will become concrete reality.
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Among the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh is that religion is a mighty bulwark. If the edifice of religion shakes and totters, commotion and chaos will ensue and the order of things will be utterly upset, for in the world of mankind there are two safeguards that protect man from wrongdoing. One is the law which punishes the criminal; but the law prevents only the manifest crime and not the concealed sin; whereas the ideal safeguard, namely, the religion of God, prevents both the manifest and the concealed crime, trains man, educates morals, compels the adoption of virtues and is the all-inclusive power which guarantees the felicity of the world of mankind. But by religion is meant that which is ascertained by investigation and not that which is based on mere imitation, the foundation of divine religions and not human imitations.
(Abdu’l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity, p. 30)
Opening eyes to truth
All men His children
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