Do you think America should cut down on its fast food restaurants?

Asked By: willdancefordessert (13-15, F) 15 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 30th, 2012 at 9:33PM

They need more time to work for the prosperity
of the human race, so they need more fast food
restaurants. My daughter is not only working,
but she has to try to get more learning to advance
in employment and in serving society. I am grateful
for this sacrifice. Wishing that they must also try
to act against obesity.
It is better that all people should learn and work
in moderation, so that the government does not
have to interfere with the eating of citizens.
Yes, moderation is good in all things.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “If carried to excess, civilization will prove as prolific a source of evil as it had been of goodness when kept within the restraints of moderation. Meditate on this, O people, and be not of them that wander distraught in the wilderness of error. The day is approaching when its flame will devour the cities, when the Tongue of Grandeur will proclaim: “The Kingdom is God’s, the Almighty, the All-Praised!”

All other things are subject to this same principle of moderation. Render thanks unto thy Lord Who hath remembered thee in this wondrous Tablet. All-Praise be to God, the Lord of the glorious throne.”

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 342)



Life is really hard

Harder be in moderation

That is divine law



If you had to choose a super power what would it be ?

Asked By: NsprDash (22-25, M) 29 minutes ago

Me: the power of money …. Seem to work for batman and iron man.. Why can’t it work for me

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 12th, 2012 at 10:44PM

Meditation is man’s super power.
All human beings are born with an intelligent
mind to think. Our destiny is made by this power
of thinking. With the Internet, we are forming
mastermind, thinking tank, super computers
with super admins…
For deeper and greater development of man,
the Prophets teach us meditation. Meditation multiplies
our thinking power to attain true communion with God.
No man can train man in this field. Each individual will
train oneself based on the guidance of the sacred verses.
Fortunately, all this education is available for us
here on the Internet.
Prayers and meditations for the success of man
in building the Kingdom of God on earth.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “The wine of renunciation must needs be quaffed, the lofty heights of detachment must needs be attained, and the meditation referred to in the words “One hour’s reflection is preferable to seventy years of pious worship” must needs be observed, so that the secret of the wretched behaviour of the people might be discovered, those people who, despite the love and yearning for truth which they profess, curse the followers of Truth when once He hath been made manifest.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 238)




Man’s super power

Through faithful meditation

Is now manifest


Does a fetus have a right to a future…a future life?

Asked By: Zenny123 (46-50, M) 29 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 12th, 2012 at 5:49PM

Yes, she has the right, the supreme right.
A fetus already has a soul and she is
a noble human being. She is truly a pure angel.
Loving and respecting her is loving and
respecting the human race. Educators, legislators,
governors, all must try their best to protect this innocent angel.
To kill her is more inhuman than killing any person on earth.
All reasons advocating abortion is unacceptable,
except rare cases decided by virtuous physicians
to save mother or child. Otherwise, abortion is crime.
Unwanted children are angels. Societies should think
about more efficient measures to prevent unwanted
pregnancy, instead of killing brutally innocent children.
They must be loved and respected as the purest
human beings.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Having reached this lofty station a twofold obligation resteth upon every soul. One is to be steadfast in the Cause with such steadfastness that were all the peoples of the world to attempt to prevent him from turning to the Source of Revelation, they would be powerless to do so. The other is observance of the divine ordinances which have streamed forth from the wellspring of His heavenly-propelled Pen. For man’s knowledge of God cannot develop fully and adequately save by observing whatsoever hath been ordained by Him and is set forth in His heavenly Book. (Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 267)




Sacred right to life

Be observed strictly for all

Mainly embryos


Words of wisdom, your own or ones you like

Asked By: deleriously (41-45, M) 24 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 30th, 2012 at 6:36PM

“The essence of love is for man to turn his heart to the Beloved One, and sever himself from all else but Him, and desire naught save that which is the desire of his Lord.”
(Words of Wisdom, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 153)



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Baha’u’llah says:





(Words of Wisdom)


“In the Name of God, the Exalted, the Most High


THE source of all good is trust in God, submission unto His command, and contentment with His holy will and pleasure.


The essence of wisdom is the fear of God, the dread of His scourge and punishment, and the apprehension of His justice and decree.


The essence of religion is to testify unto that which the Lord hath revealed, and follow that which He hath ordained in His mighty Book.


The source of all glory is acceptance of whatsoever the Lord hath bestowed, and contentment with that which God hath ordained.


The essence of love is for man to turn his heart to the Beloved One, and sever himself from all else but Him, and desire naught save that which is the desire of his Lord.


True remembrance is to make mention of the Lord, the All-Praised, and forget aught else beside Him.


True reliance is for the servant to pursue his profession and calling in this world, to hold fast unto the Lord, to seek naught but His grace, inasmuch as in His Hands is the destiny of all His servants.


The essence of detachment is for man to turn his face towards the courts of the Lord, to enter His Presence, behold His Countenance, and stand as witness before Him.


The essence of understanding is to testify to one’s  156  poverty, and submit to the Will of the Lord, the Sovereign, the Gracious, the All-Powerful.


The source of courage and power is the promotion of the Word of God, and steadfastness in His Love.


The essence of charity is for the servant to recount the blessings of his Lord, and to render thanks unto Him at all times and under all conditions.


The essence of faith is fewness of words and abundance of deeds; he whose words exceed his deeds, know verily his death is better than his life.


The essence of true safety is to observe silence, to look at the end of things and to renounce the world.


The beginning of magnanimity is when man expendeth his wealth on himself, on his family and on the poor among his brethren in his Faith.


The essence of wealth is love for Me; whoso loveth Me is the possessor of all things, and he that loveth Me not is indeed of the poor and needy. This is that which the Finger of Glory and Splendour hath revealed.


The source of all evil is for man to turn away from his Lord and set his heart on things ungodly.


The most burning fire is to question the signs of God, to dispute idly that which He hath revealed, to deny Him and carry one’s self proudly before Him.


The source of all learning is the knowledge of God, exalted be His Glory, and this cannot be attained save through the knowledge of His Divine Manifestation.


The essence of abasement is to pass out from under the shadow of the Merciful and seek the shelter of the Evil One.


The source of error is to disbelieve in the One true God, rely upon aught else but Him, and flee from His Decree.


True loss is for him whose days have been spent in utter ignorance of his self.  


The essence of all that We have revealed for thee is Justice, is for man to free himself from idle fancy and imitation, discern with the eye of oneness His glorious handiwork, and look into all things with a searching eye.


Thus have We instructed thee, manifested unto thee Words of Wisdom, that thou mayest be thankful unto the Lord, thy God, and glory therein amidst all peoples.”


(Baha’u’llah, Tablets of Baha’u’llah, p. 156)




Millennia words

Reading and meditation

For all human race


What motivates you to read?

Asked By: hhcoolmv1 30 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 5th, 2012 at 9:44PM

Sense of being a human being.
Only human beings can learn, read and write.
The more I read the more I will harvest many good things,
especially reading the books concerning physical,
human, divine education.
I need to know exactly who I am, what is my relation
to the world, to other creatures, to God,
and how I should conduct my life in relation to them.
It is really fortunate for people who are born in this
Day when we have the Internet.
Besides reading for ourselves, there are Websites
people read for us with accompaniment of nice pictures
and good music, such as YouTube, WordPress,com , Ted….
It is really regretful for people who deprive themselves
of the blessings for human beings in this Age of
human maturity.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 “In such a manner hath the Kitáb-i-Aqdas been

revealed that it attracteth and embraceth all the divinely appointed

Dispensations. Blessed those who peruse it! Blessed those who

apprehend it! Blessed those who meditate upon it! Blessed those who

ponder its meaning! So vast is its range that it hath encompassed

all men ere their recognition of it. Erelong will its sovereign power,

its pervasive influence and the greatness of its might be manifested

on earth.” (Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Aqdas, p. 16)




Great joy of reading

Beyond complete description

Most beneficial


Do you pray?

Asked By: WildBilly 3 hours ago

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Posted by pukirahe Jun 26th, 2012 at 9:13PM

Yes I pray to God.
I have complete trust in God.
I read prayrers revealed by the Messenger of God.
I turn to God for guidance and assistance.
In doing like this, I understand the Will of God.
I observe God’s precepts based on the fear of God.
And I see more clearly the divine bestowals
for myself and for all mankind.
Therefore, I am spending more and more time
fro prayers and meditations.




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‘Abdu’l-Bahá prays:


O God! Sanctify me from all else save Thee, purge me from the dross of sins and transgressions, and cause me to possess a spiritual heart and conscience.

Verily, Thou art merciful and, verily, Thou art the Most Generous, Whose help is sought by all men.” – ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, Baha’i Prayers, p. 150)




God’s help in prayer

Makes me strong and repentant

To the last pure breath


What is happiness?

Asked By: Turtle56 22 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Jun 16th, 2012 at 4:47AM

Relative happiness:
Getting some food after days of starvation is happiness.
Losing horse and getting it back is happiness.
Reunion after long separation is happiness.

Absolute happiness:
Attaining the Presence of God through His Manifestation
of our Day is happiness.
Obtaining true knowledge taught by Him is happiness.
Assurance of His good pleasure through obedience is happiness.




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Baha’u’llah says:


“Meditate profoundly, that the secret of things unseen may be revealed unto you, that you may inhale the sweetness of a spiritual and imperishable fragrance, and that you may acknowledge the truth that from time immemorial even unto eternity the Almighty hath tried, and will continue to try, His servants, so that light may be distinguished from darkness, truth from falsehood, right from wrong, guidance from error, happiness from misery, and roses from thorns.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Kitab-i-Iqan, p. 8)




Worldly happiness

Regretfully illusion

But His grace is real

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