SOMETHING IS WORRYING YOU RIGHT NOW?

Is something worrying you right now? What is it?

Asked By: JeanaMai (41-45, F) 17 minutes ago, 3 days left to answer.

My guardian dog “Boo” has a wound on his leg. He has been seen too, medicated and made as comfortable as possible. But, I love him. We have ‘saved” one another from mortal harm several times. So…I am worried about him. Are you worried about anything or anyone?

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Posted by pukirahe Nov 8th, 2012 at 8:22PM

Nothing is causing worry to me.
In life, there are works to do, problems to solve
and goals to reach.
All are placed under the order set by our mind
from highest priority to simple routine.
Empty stomach, wounded dog, dying cat…
are matters to solve, not to worry.
Jobs lost, house burnt, relatives die
are matter to solve, not to worry.
Our goals not yet reached, new opportunities
require change, we will die some day,
these are matters to be attained with efforts,
considerate preparations, active practice,
nothing to worry.
Worries are harmful because they damage our health,
weaken our mind, veil our soul
that will only lead us to more harmful worries. We all
have powerful mind to use for mastering our own destiny.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “In former centuries kings and rulers have absolutely dominated millions of men and have been thereby enabled to carry out whatsoever they desire. If they willed to bestow happiness and peace, they could do so; and if they determined to inflict suffering and discomfort, they were equally capable. If they desired to send men to the field of battle, none could oppose their authority; and if they decreed their kingdoms should enjoy the bliss and serenity of immunity from war, this condition prevailed. In a word, kings and rulers have been able to control millions of human beings and have exercised that dominion with the utmost despotism and tyranny.

The point is this: that to gain control over physical bodies is an extremely easy matter, but to bring spirits within the bonds of serenity is a most arduous undertaking. This is not the work of everybody. It necessitates a divine and holy potency, the potency of inspiration, the power of the Holy Spirit.

(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 276)

 

HAIKU

 

Mature man today

Fully masters destiny

No more his ruler

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BELIEVING IN INVISIBLE THINGS?

¿Why do some people believe in certain things they can’t see, but refuse to believe in other things they can’t see?

Asked By: GiantKaiju (22-25) 16 minutes ago

¿Why believe in Satan, but not Santa?

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Posted by pukirahe Nov 7th, 2012 at 5:45PM

Because visible things are not real.
The village where I was born is now
only a ricefield, the road I used to walk
on is now covered with grass, the friends
I played together in childhood have disappeared.
The virtual world is so real that all my activities
are performed up here: learning, exchanging
opinions, getting accurate information about the
achievements of co-religionists in other countries….
It seems that the mature humanity will spend more
time for meditation about the invisible world of Revelation.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Man has a sacred power which permits him to discover the inner significances, the reality of invisible things. Ponder over these statements, so that the portals of divine wisdom and infinite knowledge may open before thy face.

I wish to awaken you out of your deep slumber. Do you know in what day you are living? Do you realize in what dispensation you exist? Have you not read in the holy scriptures that at the consummation of the ages there would dawn a day — the sum total of all past days? This is the day when the Lord of hosts hath come on the clouds of glory.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 37)

 

HAIKU

 

Invisible things

In boundless worlds man can know

Real significance

WHATS YOUR LIFE MOTTO?

Whats your life motto?

Asked By: StaceyNight (18-21, F) 33 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Nov 2nd, 2012 at 4:24PM

L.U.P.
Love, Unity, Peace.
We want many things in life, and we don’t really
know exactly what we want and how to attain it.
All good things will come to us, when we take
these three primary steps in this order.
We cannot concentrate all our time and energy
on peace, without having love and unity first.
We think and talk much about love, but we don’t
learn to know what is love and we don’t practice it.
Unity is even more important than love and peace.
But we fail to preserve unity even in our little family.
National or world unity is much more difficult.
When each and all individuals learn and practice
love and unity, peace will come naturally and
inevitably. However, inner peace must be the foundation.
While still being affected and becoming panic
with any rumors concerning doomsday, pandemic,
invasion of aliens…. we will only have hellish worries!
So, learning and practice of Love, Unity, Peace
are our primary steps.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Life must hold as its primary foundation the opportunity of a knowledge of the divine law. The great ones come, primarily, to remind man of this law which remains the same in all ages — immutable, unchangeable, eternal, and which deals with man attaining immortality. The mundane laws, these governing human conduct and regulating the Sabbath, divorce, capital punishment, etc., vary with each age according to the capacity of the people. “These diversities are established out of regard for the times, seasons, ages and epochs.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 8)

 

HAIKU

Love Unity Peace

Primary steps to all good

For all human race

WHY IS NOTHING SACRED ANYMORE?

Why is nothing sacred anymore?

Asked By: MathMan789 (31-35, M) 15 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 21st, 2012 at 5:40AM

20% of Americans claim to be spiritual and not religious,
shows that the sacred is increasing. They abndon ceremonies
and turn back to spirit (to be spiritual), the true nature of all
human beings.
The Internet is more spiritual than religious, the UN functioning
is more spiritual than religious, the world summits are more
spiritual than religious. Prominent people today, including
Oprah Winfrey, Dalai Lama, Pope Benedict XVI, all are more
spiritual than religious. It is quite clear that high spirituality
brings people closer to one another than religious ceremonies.
Because of all this, I say that our day is more sacred, not less.

 Reply by MathMan789 Oct 21st, 2012 at 5:42AM

perhaps, but “spiritual” is a word that lacks any clear meaning, so what exactly are you saying if you call yourself a spiritual person?

Reply by pukirahe Oct 21st, 2012 at 7:47AM

 By my definition, religion is not ceremonies, but it is education for the heightening of spirituality. Therefore, I am both spiritual and religious.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Reflect that every human being is limited through his physical body, but his spirit is free. The body of man may travel for a few miles and become fatigued, but the spirit untrammeled may go throughout the immensity of space. While walking on earth man’s thoughts may grasp the motions of the heavenly bodies and define their course. This demonstrates how man’s spirit transcends his environment.

The divine grace, whether physical or spiritual, is unlimited, yet certain selfish souls desire to circumscribe to their own ideas the outpouring of this heavenly grace.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 169)

HAIKU

 

We are all spirit

Hence we are all spiritual

We are all sacred

YOUR MOST TREASURED POSSESSION?

What is your most treasured possession?

Asked By: valhalla27 (41-45, M) 20 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 19th, 2012 at 3:51AM

The Internet.
I think that I might become paralysed if it collapsed.
Now all my work daily is on Internet.
All my thoughts have been placed on the Internet.
My correspondence on the Internet.
My learnings, references, quotations… are on the Internet.
Of course my love for God and my service under
His guidance is supreme, but without the Internet
I cannot live happily each day as of now.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “56. O SON OF MAN! Thou dost wish for gold and I desire thy freedom from it. Thou thinkest thyself rich in its possession, and I recognize thy wealth in thy sanctity therefrom. By My life! This is My knowledge, and that is thy fancy; how can My way accord with thine?” (Baha’u’llah, The Arabic Hidden Words)

 

HAIKU

 

Possessions are means

Sanctification purpose

Purpose is supreme

ANSWERING OR QUESTIONING?

Best Answer by pukirahe (Chosen By Asker):

Oct 18th, 2012 at 3:09AM

Which is toughest? answering or questioning?

Asked By: parimaladayalan (22-25, F) 12 minutes ago

Questioning.
Question mark (?) is the greatest invention.
Scientists claim that they doubt, they question
and they discover.
Philosophers, thinkers, leaders have to pose
themselves all sorts of questions every day.
In fact, all human beings are born to ask questions,
to answer them and to build an ever-advancing
civilization.
Birds, bees, monkeys… do not ask questions,
therefore they all live in stagnant peace!

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Abdul-Baha says:

 

14. O SON OF MAN! Thou art My dominion and My dominion perisheth not; wherefore fearest thou thy perishing? Thou art My light and My light shall never be extinguished; why dost thou dread extinction? Thou art My glory and My glory fadeth not; thou art My robe and My robe shall never be outworn. Abide then in thy love for Me, that thou mayest find Me in the realm of glory.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Arabic Hidden Words)

HAIKU

Where’s realm of glory

How and when can we reach there

That we may find God?

TURNING BAD THING INTO GOOD THING?

What bad thing do you wish you could turn into a good thing?

Asked By: ddandme (36-40, F) 9 minutes ago

Cigarettes for me..

Posted by pukirahe Oct 17th, 2012 at 8:40PM

Ignorance.
I will turn all ignorant people into knowledgeable
by education. Yes, education for all.
Each and all human beings are born equally
with intelligence to develop into masters of
the world. Deprivation of education for the masses
throughout history is the biggest crime
of kings, emperors, priests, ruling class.
Now, with the Internet, let us get our knowledge
for a life of dignity, of freedom and of happiness.
Each and all should use knowledge to conduct
one’s own life without subordinating to anyone else.
Yes, we are all equal. The more we have knowledge,
the more we will truly become equal.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Partaking of knowledge and education is one of the requisites of religion. The education of each child is obligatory. If there are no parents, the community must look after the child. It is suggested that the childless educate a child.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 26)

 

HAIKU

 

Knowledge is power

Education greatest means

Here on Internet

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