IS IT GOOD TO LIVE ALL ALONE?

Is It Good To Live All Alone?
Asked By eumi 22-25, F in Community
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Not at all.
All things are related to all things, and for human beings we know how to develop good relationships. We need to have love, cooperation and happiness in families, in societies and in all places under all conditions. Our planet differs tremendously to all other planets thanks to the functioning of our personal and collective intelligence.
Living alone, no beings can make any progress, while “all men have been created to carry forward an ever-advancing civilization” as taught by Baha’u’llah.
With new discoveries and inventions, generations of men in the future will reflect greater beauty and reality. Progress is living, stagnancy is dying. As intelligent beings, we will never cease to wonder, to find answers and to implement greater projects in the boundless universe.
This is our glorious destiny, we cannot die or deny.
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Abdul-Baha says:
“It seems as though all creatures can exist singly and alone. For example, a tree can exist solitary and alone on a given prairie or in a valley or on the mountainside. An animal upon a mountain or a bird soaring in the air might live a solitary life. They are not in need of cooperation or solidarity. Such animated beings enjoy the greatest comfort and happiness in their respective solitary lives.
On the contrary, man cannot live singly and alone. He is in need of continuous cooperation and mutual help.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity, p. 37)
HAIKU
Sacred marriage
Being stronghold happiness
Then world unity

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