ARE YOU HAPPY WITH YOUR CHILDREN?

Do you like to stare at your children with blissful pride in your eye as they sleep so serenely?

Asked By: rolo65 (46-50, M) 13 minutes ago

I do 🙂

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Posted by pukirahe Nov 10th, 2012 at 4:17PM

In the olden days, this is our greatest happiness.
But in this age of digital advancement, we can
find greater happiness in our kids.
We must educate them from infancy to empower
them for a spiritually and divinely purposeful
life. They cannot grow up any more so helpless
as we were.
Today, all mankind are entering the Age of maturity
so we witness how many prodigees appearing all over
the world.
So, education must be given to kids for their empowerment.
It will be better when we have a generation of well educated
women to nurture properly their offsprings with their pure milk.
The future of our world will be good only when all kids
are provided with physical, human and divine education.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “2. O SON OF SPIRIT! The bird seeketh its nest; the nightingale the charm of the rose; whilst those birds, the hearts of men, content with transient dust, have strayed far from their eternal nest, and with eyes turned towards the slough of heedlessness are bereft of the glory of the divine presence. Alas! How strange and pitiful; for a mere cupful, they have turned away from the billowing seas of the Most High, and remained far from the most effulgent horizon.”

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

 

HAIKU

 

Child education

Most joyful obligation

Of mature parents

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ARE YOU HUNGRY?

Are you hungry?

Asked By: Chayley (16-17, F) 36 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Nov 7th, 2012 at 3:39PM

I am more and more hungry spiritually.
I want to get knowledge about many things,
but the more I learn, the more new realities
require recognition. I don’t know what is
Higgs boson, what is string universes, what is
the virtual world, the real world, the life after life…
I am answering questions up here for more
learning, for example, to know more about
the thinking of human beings on the same word.
Hunger? What exactly is hunger? What is physical
food? What is spiritual food? Who can provide
food for the satisfaction of each individual and
of all human beings?…
Now I am more hungry than a moment ago.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “All praise be to Thee, O my God! Thou beholdest my helplessness and poverty, and bearest witness unto my woes and trials. How long wilt Thou abandon me among Thy servants? Suffer me to ascend into  Thy presence. The power of Thy might beareth me witness! Such are the tribulations with which I am encompassed that I am powerless to recount them before Thy face. Thou, alone, verily, hast through Thy knowledge reckoned them.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 16)

 

HAIKU

 

My hunger is gone

After celestial banquet

Among living souls

WHAT DID YOU WANT TO BE?

 As a child what did you want to be when you grew up?

Asked By: HannahML (18-21, F) 10 minutes ago

I wanted to be a lawyer, then I realized that is way too much schooling.

Posted by pukirahe Nov 1st, 2012 at 11:44PM

I wanted to be the Buddha.
I knew vaguely that Prince Siddharta
attained enlightenment through religious
practice, so He could teach mankind how
to live without sufferings. But I could not find
His original teachings, so I decided to seek
enlightenment for my own self to revive His
dharma of salvation.
Then, I learned and knew that Buddha is Holy Spirit
and there is no way for me to attain His station.
Now I keep on learning religious teachings
and conduct my life as all other human beings,
with some new concepts:
Man is the intelligent being.
He is the greater universe.
His highest station is to become
a true believer of the most recent

Manifestation of the Holy Spirit.
This Manifestation is Baha’u’llah,
the Promised One of all religions….

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “2. O SON OF DESIRE! The learned and the wise have for long years striven and failed to attain the presence of the All-Glorious; they have spent their lives in search of Him, yet did not behold the beauty of His countenance. Thou without the least effort didst attain thy goal, and without search hast obtained the object of thy quest. Yet, notwithstanding, thou didst remain so wrapt in the veil of self, that thine eyes beheld not the beauty of the Beloved, nor did thy hand touch the hem of His robe. Ye that have eyes, behold and wonder.”

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

 

HAIKU

 

Wanting to be man

Under the of One True God

My eternal desire

BEST LESSON YOU LEARNED IN LIFE?

Best lesson you learned in life from your experience till now?

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

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 29th, 2012 at 6:05PM

Live and learn.
I know not what is school in my childhood.
Nobody teaches me anything about life.
I imitate adults with less joy than monkeys.
But I keep on learning and learning as an adult
to overcome my horrible ignorance.
Therefore, I am now bitterly regretful for children
all over the world who are still being deprived of
education.
People are working hard to give physical food,
without knowing that giving spiritual food is essential.
Only when they grow up spiritually, they will be able
to solve the matter of their physical food.
Yes, live and learn, that is the only way for the
betterment of this world.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “O ye learned of the world! Ye failed to seek Our presence, that ye might hearken unto the sweet melodies of the Spirit and perceive that which God in His bounty hath pleased to bestow upon Me. Verily, this grace hath now escaped you, did ye but know. Had ye sought Our presence, We would have imparted unto you a knowledge that would have rendered you independent of all else.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 237)

 

HAIKU

 

Practice live and learn

Our mindfulness and progress

For world betterment

TELL ME SOMETHING I DONT KNOW?

Tell me something I dont know..?

Asked By: BrodyBear (18-21, F) 11 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 28th, 2012 at 4:43PM

You don’t know anything at all like me.
You don’t know the origin of the world.
You don’t know the destiny of your life.
You don’t know how many children are
deprived of education.
You don’t know how wide is the Internet….
Moreover, I don’t know who you are and
who I am.
I don’t know how good is this question and answer.
I don’t know why I write these lines now….

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Baha’u’llah says:

 

“I know full well Thou hast delayed to manifest Thy triumph in the kingdom of creation by reason of Thy knowledge which embraceth both the mysteries of Thy decree, and the hidden things ordained behind the veils of Thine irrevocable purpose, that thereby those who have entered beneath the shadow of Thy transcendent mercy may be separated from those who have dealt disdainfully with Thee, and turned back from Thy presence at the time when Thou didst manifest Thy most exalted Beauty.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 333)

 

HAIKU

 

We all know nothing

Hence we need divine guidance

Through the Books of God

WHAT DO YOU REGRET?

What do you regret?

Asked By: ashybooboo (16-17) 29 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 28th, 2012 at 2:51AM

Not working enough for the education of children.
From now on, I must think more, say more
and do more, not only about education of children,
but concretely in providing education to all children.
This realization is evidently good for all people,
so nobody will oppose it, but all can give their support
by practicing right in their family, in their neighborhood.
Yes, we need no funds, no facilities, we only need
the acting of parents, relatives and any voluntary helpers.
If you see that this is good, please do your own job;
one educated child is one world builder in the next few years.
As for Baha’is, we already have the framework of
4 core activities. We need to work harder, more urgently
and more systematically.

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Baha’u’llah says:

 “I yield Thee such thanks as can stir up all things to extol Thee, and to glorify Thine Essence, and can unloose the tongues of all beings to magnify the sovereignty of Thy beauty. I yield Thee such thanks as can fill the heavens and the earth with the signs of Thy transcendent Essence, and assist all created things to enter the Tabernacle of Thy nearness and Thy presence. I yield Thee such thanks as can make every created thing to be a book that shall speak of Thee, and a scroll that shall unfold Thy praise.”

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

 

HAIKU

 

Educate a child

Adding light to family

Making world better

IN HARDSHIP WISDOM AND KNOWLEDGE DEVELOP?

In hardship wisdom and knowledge can be found, correct?

Asked By: Transcending (18-21, M) 8 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Oct 27th, 2012 at 8:53PM

Right, quite right.
Therefore, divine education encourages parents
to train children in hardship. Children must be
educated and be guided to oercome difficulties,
because life itself is not easy.
Wisdom and knowledge do not develop peacefully
with age. They are developed by love, by sacrifice,
by bearing the sufferings of the world. Storms,
earthquakes, landslides… do not occur for fear,
but for triumph with greater knowledge and wisdom.
And this is the eternal way of civilization.
Sleep, rest, comfort… are not supporters of civilization.
Blessed the kids who are educated in hardship.

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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. I yield Thee such thanks as can cause the sick to draw nigh unto the waters of Thy healing, and can help those who are far from Thee to approach the living fountain of Thy presence.” (Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 329)

HAIKU

 

Life is very hard

With incessant development

Civilization

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