ARE THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE FREE?

Are the best things in life free?

Asked By: ThomasJarret (36-40, M) 21 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 9th, 2012 at 8:04AM

We don’t have to buy sunlight and air, water’s cost still
insignificant. We don’t have to buy intelligence,
inspiration, revelation…. Yes, these best things for
our eternal life are still free.
I wonder why lots of people spending so much time
and effort to make money for buying expensive items
such as shoes, shirts, watches, and even worse to buy
wine, drugs, and other intoxicated substances that spoil
their lives.
The root of our wrong thinking, perhaps, is not because
of ignorance, but because we consider virtuous people
as ignorant for not knowing the joy of life.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Praise be to Thee, O my God, that Thou hast revealed Thy favors and Thy bounties; and glory be to Thee, O my Beloved, that Thou hast manifested the Day-Star of Thy loving-kindness and Thy tender mercies. I yield Thee such thanks as can direct the steps of the wayward towards the splendors of the morning light of Thy guidance, and enable those who yearn towards Thee to attain the seat of the revelation of the effulgence of Thy beauty”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 329)

 

HAIKU

 

Divine guidance free

For all obedient servants

Of the One True God

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MOST WIDELY USED WORD IN ENGLISH?

Which,in your opinion,is the most widely used word in English?

Asked By: bullseye111 (26-30, M) 20 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 9th, 2012 at 5:47AM

God.
Since God is the source of all learnings,
the begining and end of all human activirties,
therefore in thinking, saying, working…
the word God appear most often.
Nowadays, even deniers also use much of the
word God for debate (existence or non-existence)
or for denial (particle of God or Higgs boson…)
I personally think that no word is worth using,
remembering and revering than the word God.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Cast, then, upon me, O my God, the glances of Thy mercy, and forgive me my trespasses and the trespasses of them that are dear to Thee, and which come in between us and the revelation of Thy triumph and Thy grace. Cancel Thou, moreover, our sins which have shut off our faces from the splendors of the Day-Star of Thy favors. Powerful art Thou to do Thy pleasure. Thou ordainest what Thou willest, and art not asked of what Thou wishest through the power of Thy sovereignty, nor canst Thou be frustrated in whatsoever Thou prescribest through Thine irrevocable decree. No God is there save Thee, the Almighty, the Most Powerful, the Ever-living, the Most Compassionate.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 337)

 

 

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ARE YOU WORKING OR UNEMPLOYED?

Are you working or unemployed?

Asked By: Hiddenheart101 (51-55, F) 1 hour ago

Best Answer by pukirahe (Chosen By Asker):

Oct 9th, 2012 at 5:06AM

The word unemployment does not exist in my dictionary.
Human beings are created to serve, not to be employed.
The worth of each human being is not her/his salary,
but her/his worshipping God and serving His Cause.
The change of this little concept will make tremendous
change of the human world.
We are equal intelligent beings and not at all respected
employers with pitiful employees or unemployed people.
All children, teens, youth are respectful and useful
servants of God for the well-beings of the whole human race.
At every moment of our life, we always have something helpful
meaningful, useful… to do for the betterment of our world.
It is not destiny, but it is our own thinking that makes us
into a sorrowful unemployed person.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Happy is the man who will arise to serve My Cause, and glorify My beauteous Name. Take hold of My Book with the power of My might, and cleave tenaciously to whatsoever commandment thy Lord, the Ordainer, the All-Wise, hath prescribed therein.”

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 68)

HAIKU

 

Idleness not good

Being employed no better

Best is serving God

WHAT DO YOU WANT OUT OF LIFE?

What do you want out of life?

Asked By: lyinginwait (18-21, F) 1 hour ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 9th, 2012 at 4:20AM

What is life?
My family, my country, the earth, the universe?
They are not the source of my life, they have no
intention to give me what I want, I need, I love.
God alone is the Source of my life and my Educator.
He gives me innumerable things and teaches me
how to worship Him and to serve His Cause.
It is through His Divine Education, I know that He gives
me body, mind, soul, with innumerable physical and
spiritual worlds. I must develop His gifts within me
in harmony with His creation to serve His Cause for
the benefits of all His creatures.
The learning and working of one birth is nothing in His
Divine Plan. All mankind, His beloved children, need to
learn through Divine Education, generation after generation,
to know His Will to worship Him and to serve His Cause
as He commands.
I am happy and thankful to God for His boundless creation

and His divine education.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Above all else, the greatest gift and the most wondrous blessing hath ever been and will continue to be Wisdom. It is man’s unfailing Protector. It aideth him and strengtheneth him. Wisdom is God’s Emissary and the Revealer of His Name the Omniscient. Through it the loftiness of man’s station is made manifest and evident. It is all-knowing and the foremost Teacher in the school of existence. It is the Guide and is invested with high distinction. Thanks to its educating influence earthly beings have become imbued with a gem-like spirit which outshineth the heavens.” (Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 66)

 

HAIKU

 

All earthly beings

Surely outshine the heavens

By Divine Wisdom

SEATBELTS NOT REQUIRED ON BUSES?

How come you are required to have seatbelts in your car but its not required on buses?

Asked By: greeninsf (22-25, M) 13 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 8th, 2012 at 6:41PM

This is required in Israel, so we better move there.
Our life is under all sorts of threats, but laws for
protection differ from land to land. Therefore, we
need to depend more on our own intelligence
and on the guidance of God.
I had a broken leg by riding motorcycle,
but I still live as one of the rare elders,
therefore I think that the guidance of God is best.
If I died on the that day, I might have ruined my
eternal soul for not vigilantly surrendeing under
the Will of God.
I am thankful to God for both physical and
spiritual protection.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I beseech Thee, O my Lord, by Thy most effulgent Name, to acquaint my people with the things Thou didst destine for them. Do Thou, then, preserve them within the stronghold of Thy guardianship and the tabernacle of Thine unerring protection, lest through them may appear what will divide Thy servants. Assemble them, O my Lord, on the shores of this Ocean, every drop of which proclaimeth Thee to be God, besides Whom there is none other God, the All-Glorious, the All-Wise.

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 46)

 

HAIKU

 

Protection of God

For soul’s immortality

Is most required

 

HOW DEFINING RIGHT AND WRONG?

How do we define right and wrong?

Asked By: nevergivesup (31-35, F) 37 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 8th, 2012 at 6:12PM

By natural law:
Climbing up, right; falling down without parachute, wrong.
By social law:
Observing truth, right; telling lie, wrong.
By tradition:
Following ancestors’ religion, right; rejecting it, wrong.
By conscience:
Love, right; hatred, wrong.
By divine law:
Fearing-God, right; blasphemy, wrong.
There are so many standards to define right
and wrong, therefore right things to some people
may be wrong to others.
I personally believe in the omniscience of God,
so I define right and wrong based on the sacred
verses of the Holy Books for this Age. Obedience
to them is right, disobedience is wrong. With my
limited mind, I may wrongly understand the teachings,
so I keep on learning again and again to make
proper modifications: When I was young, I did not
pray, now I pray more frequently.
Perfection depends on learning, practicing, praying,
meditating, inspiration, yes mainly divine guidance.
Hence, only God can judge, because His omniscience
knows how sincere we are.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Suffer me not, O my Lord, to be deprived of the knowledge of Thee in Thy days, and divest me not of the robe of Thy guidance. Give me to drink of the river that is life indeed, whose waters have streamed forth from the Paradise (Ridvan) in which the throne of Thy Name, the All-Merciful, was established, that mine eyes may be opened, and my face be illumined, and my heart be assured, and my soul be enlightened, and my steps be made firm.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 4)

 

HAIKU

 

God’s divine guidance

Leads people on His Right Path

Through Education

COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR LIFE?

Have you ever felt completely satisfied with your life?

Asked By: artisticmuse (41-45, F) 13 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 8th, 2012 at 4:50PM

I am content, but not completely satisfied.
Content because I know that God’s creation is good;
not satisfied because I am not perfect; I must keep
on learning to make progress.
Life is not an addition of moments or events, but
it is an eternal process to come closer and closer
to the One True God.
This process composes the ups and downs, failures and
successes, gains and losses… that cause the development
of spiritual qualities besowed by God to each individual.
Therefore, each person has her/his own ways to live
and will be judged only by God.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Thou art He Who from everlasting was, through the potency of His might, supreme over all things, and, through the operation of His will, was able to ordain all things. Nothing whatsoever, whether in Thy heaven or on Thy earth, can frustrate Thy purpose. Have mercy, then, upon me, O my Lord, through Thy gracious providence and generosity, and incline mine ear to the sweet melodies of the birds that warble their praise of Thee, amidst the branches of the tree of Thy oneness.

Thou art the Great Giver, the Ever-Forgiving, the Most Compassionate.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 4)

 

HAIKU

 

Continuous process

All life only judged by God

At one’s final breath

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