WHAT IS RIGHT AND WHAT IS REAL?

Do you know what’s right and what’s real?

Asked By: plungesponge (26-30, M) 24 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 26th, 2012 at 4:19AM

God is real, obedience to Him is right.
All things relating to God are real;
all thoughts, words, deeds in obedience to
Him are right.
The existence of God is revealed and symbolized
by His Divine Messengers.
The obedience to God is taught in the Holy Books.
Today, with the Internet, we have all the Holy Books
at our fingertips for learning and verification.
If I say God does not exist and I can act according to
my own will, everyone will clearly see that my statement

is false and wrong.
So, from now on, we all have the simple balance
to measure all things. Yes, truth is simple, only
application is complicated. Because, our beliefs
and argumnets are diverse.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “By the glory of Thy might, O Thou my Well-Beloved! To have sacrificed my life for the Manifestations of Thy Self, to have offered up my soul in the path of the Revealers of Thy wondrous Beauty, is to have sacrificed my spirit for Thy Spirit, my being for Thy Being, my glory for Thy glory. It is as if I had offered up all these things for Thy sake, and for the sake of Thy loved ones.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 95)

 

HAIKU

 

One True God is real

Obedience to Him is right

This is the Balance

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DO YOU LIVE ALONE?

Do you live alone?

Asked By: PseudoName (22-25, F) 14 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 14th, 2012 at 9:01PM

I live with God, so I am never alone.
Moreover, I live with people in the real world
where I place this computer, and with with people
on the virtual world where I send this answer.
My life is so busy that I have no time to
think of boredom, monotony, loneliness.
The solution for this happy life is simple:
I read a sacred verse, meditating about
the Will of God and try to please Him and
this takes so much of my busy hours.
Sometimes, I wonder why God gives me only
24 happy hours in a day?! And He says::This
is my justice to all human beings.”

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “46. O BRETHREN IN THE PATH! Wherefore have ye neglected the mention of the Loved One, and kept remote from His holy presence? The essence of beauty is within the peerless pavilion, set upon the throne of glory, whilst ye busy yourselves with idle contentions. The sweet savors of holiness are breathing and the breath of bounty is wafted, yet ye are all sorely afflicted and deprived thereof. Alas for you and for them that walk in your ways and follow in your footsteps!”

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

 

HAIKU

 

Man can’t live alone

He needs cooperation

In joy and sadness

SWEETNESS COMES FROM DIVINE BANQUET?

Sweetness comes from your heart & your attitude towards the needy & poor people not from your outer appearance.

Asked By: archie017 (18-21, M) 59 minutes ago, 3 days left to answer.

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 5th, 2012 at 6:04AM

Yes, precisely.
But attitude is not sweet enough like selfless love
to all people. Rich and powerful people also need
love, guidance, forgiveness.
Giving alms is necessary, but it maintains the world
status-quo. For radical change of this world, all human
beings need selfless love given through water of life,
divine education, breath of the Holy Spirit.
Luckily, this divine banquet is served abundantly
and without ceremony on the Internet.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Beseech ye the one true God to grant that ye may taste the savor of such deeds as are performed in His path, and partake of the sweetness of such humility and submissiveness as are shown for His sake. Forget your own selves, and turn your eyes towards your neighbor. Bend your energies to whatever may foster the education of men. Nothing is, or can ever be, hidden from God. If ye follow in His way, His incalculable and imperishable blessings will be showered upon you. This is the luminous Tablet, whose verses have streamed from the moving Pen of Him Who is the Lord of all worlds. Ponder it in your hearts, and be ye of them that observe its precepts.”

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 9)

 

HAIKU

 

Here’s divine banquet

For all people high and low

Come and get your share

5 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE?

Name 5 of the most important things in your life.

Asked By: tianajade (18-21, F) 12 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 26th, 2012 at 4:22AM

Optimism
Learning
Serenity
Service
Gratitude

Each day must bring us greater joy. Learning is showing us
how to live positively. Keeping calm with any happenings
in the environment. All activities must be for the service
of a better world. Concluding our day with thankfulness
to God for His guidance and protection.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “The more man strives along the degrees of attainment, the greater will be the unfoldment. The child born to the mother manifests this element of life in a more abundant degree than the child in the matrix. The display of the forces of life upon the arena of existence is incomparably greater than that of the dark and narrow world in which the babe lived for nine months. But when life attains to the summit of maturity, then its manifestations will be along many paths and cover many fields hitherto undreamed of.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 165)

 

HAIKU

 

Powers of children

Much mightier than we know

Parents please notice

WHAT TO DO WITH 1 MINUTE REMAINING?

What would you do if you have 1 minutes remaining?

Asked By: DJXT 58 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Sep 16th, 2012 at 6:46PM

Communion with God in one minute is
better than doing anything else in years.
I am fortunate to know about this secret,
so I have no time to waste.
Allah-O-Abha is the the word for my prayers
and meditations in short time. Its meaning
is similar to Amitabha, Infinite Glory, Glory of God.
Buddhist scriptures say that he who remembers
Amitabha at the last minute will be atmitted
to the Pure Land of Buddha Amitabha. Other
religions also lay emphasis on remembrance
of God before death.
All religions teach the same sublime truth
to connect human beings with God, but rituals
have caused forgetfulness of this divine essence.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “8. O SON OF GLORY! Be swift in the path of holiness, and enter the heaven of communion with Me. Cleanse thy heart with the burnish of the spirit, and hasten to the court of the Most High.” (Baha’u’llah, The Persian Hidden Words)

 

HAIKU

 

Communion with God

Supreme goal of all souls

In all worlds of God

WHO IS REAL UNFORTUNATE FELLOW?

Who is real unfortunate fellow?

Asked By: shap36 35 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 13th, 2012 at 1:17PM

All are born fortunately as human beings.
When we face difficuties we falsely think
that we are unfortunate, and when we overcome
we realize that difficulties develop our powers.
The more our spiritual powers develop,
the more we will reflect the image and likeness
of God.
Lack of education appears as the greatest obstacle,
but that is not our destiny, it is our choice. Today,
the Internet is our best means for education, but
we choose to use it more for entertainment, for
business, than for education. Once we choose to
make spiritual progress, nobody can stop us –
especially the spiritual progress.
Perhaps, the real unfortunate fellow is he who
is killed as an embryo! If God gives Him no
compensation, life is brutally unbearable.
It is hoped that divine education will open
our eyes to see and observe the divine love
and justice of God.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “The journeys in the pathway of love are reckoned as four: From the creatures to the True One; from the True One to the creatures; from the creatures to the creatures; from the True One to the True One.

There is many an utterance of the mystic seers and doctors of former times which I have not mentioned here, since I mislike the copious citation from sayings of the past; for quotation from the words of others proveth acquired learning, not the divine bestowal.” (Baha’u’llah, The Seven Valleys, p. 25)

 

HAIKU

 

Be thankful to God

Who loves equally all men

To eternity

HOW TO PLAY AS A GOOD MAN?

If I promise to be good can I come out and play?

Asked By: vlowery1105 9 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 11th, 2012 at 9:42PM

Yes, but not instantly.
Nobody can be saint immediately as he promises.
But to promise is better than living without a sense
of transcendance. We may fall again and again, but
the hope is still there until our last breath.
Moreover, our concept about good is changing
through time. There might moments we may see that
the reverse is true. Good to onself may contradict to
love of country; love of country may contradict to love
of the world. So a good man is not a dead person with some
definite virtues, but it is a process of struggle against onselft
to attain the summit of self-realization.
Playing is good, because it causes us to feel joy
in conducting a challenging and a promising life.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “I hope you will be the cause of opening the eyes and exalting the spirits to follow divine direction. Thus you will assist others to walk in the path of the good pleasure of the Lord. Assuredly it is not to eat, nor to sleep, nor to dress, nor to repose on the couch of negligence. Nay, it is to find one’s way to eternity and understand the divine signs; to receive wisdom from the Lord of Lords, and to move steadily forward like a great sea. This is my hope for thee.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 38)

 

HAIKU

 

Good man is living

And making steady progress

To lofty summit

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