Has God been proven to you..and if not have you even been looking or just walking by it?

Asked By: sara25godisgood (22-25, F) 14 minutes ago, 3 days left to answer.

And when I say walked by I mean did you put any efforts and did you really want to find him.or just glance because its just to ridiculous?

Posted by pukirahe Oct 15th, 2012 at 10:59PM

What do you mean by proven?
Is the existence of the universe proven?
Is your life proven?
Is the theory of evolution proven?
No, everything is still there a huge question.
What exactly is the physical universe, what is
the particle of God, what is dark matter and
dark energy? Nobody knows, but your blind
belief tells you that they are proven.
But my belief in God is proven by Christ, Muhammad,
Baha’u’llah… the greatest Educators of all times.
Their wisdom are recorded word by word in the Holy Books.
I don’t know what is the foundation for your daily life.
For me, the foundation is the meanings in the
sacred verses written in the Holy Books, the Sacred Scriptures.

Reply by sara25godisgood Oct 15th, 2012 at 11:06PM

I had God proven to me threw the holy spirit. Someone else could have with miracles answered prayers ect.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “The mystic and wondrous Bride, hidden ere this beneath the veiling of utterance, hath now, by the grace of God and His divine favor, been made manifest even as the resplendent light shed by the beauty of the Beloved. I bear witness, O friends! that the favor is complete, the argument fulfilled, the proof manifest and the evidence established. Let it now be seen what your endeavors in the path of detachment will reveal. In this wise hath the divine favor been fully vouchsafed unto you and unto them that are in heaven and on earth. All praise to God, the Lord of all Worlds.” (Baha’u’llah, The Persian Hidden Words)



Parts of elephant

Described by the blind is proof

For all other blind!



What is the best religion?


Asked by cool101 27 minutes ago

Posted by Cleth

Every believer must claim that his religion is the best,
otherwise he is no longer a believer.
But what exactly is the meaning of good, better, best?
It could not be best if its believers are still confusing
about the purpose of life.
It could not be best if its believers hate other people,
show enmity, killing the so-called infidels.
It could not be best if it does not lead more and more people
to love, unity and peace.
Because of these reasons, I believe that all mature individuals
will have precise criteria to embrace the true religion for his
spiritual progress and the progress of all mankind.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Bahá’u’lláh left nothing unsaid. He explained everything. He left no room for anything further to be said. Yet there are some who for the sake of personal interest and prestige will attempt to sow the seeds of sedition and disloyalty among you. To protect and safeguard the religion of God from this and all other attack, the Center of the Covenant has been named and appointed by Bahá’u’lláh. Therefore, if anyone should set forth a statement in praise or recognition of another than this appointed Center, you must ask him to produce a written proof of the authority he follows.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 456)




Center Covenant

Securing Cause unity

Guidance is from there


Exterminate all rational thought?

Asked By: thelastday (18-21, M) 30 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Sep 22nd, 2012 at 9:28PM

Impossible, because humans are rational beings.
Religion reveals this truth, it encourages independent
investigation of truth and practical application.
Faith is not blind imitation, but conscious knowledge
and positive actions.
Rational thought cannot be exterminated, but it
does not exist in superstition, prejudice, fanaticism.
Hence, in order to develop this essential power of
man, we must go through a proper education to
obtain knowledge and wisdom.
Development is heaven, deprivation is hell.
Yes, paradise is not a place, but it is the
state of spiritual development.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Death therefore is applicable to a change or transference from one degree or condition to another. In the mineral realm there was a spirit of existence; in the world of plant life and organisms it reappeared as the vegetative spirit; thence it attained the animal spirit and finally aspired to the human spirit. These are degrees and changes but not obliteration; and this is a rational proof that man is everlasting, everliving. Therefore death is only a relative term implying change. For example, we will say that this light before me, having reappeared in another incandescent lamp, has died in the one and lives in the other.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 264)




Man’s rational thought

Conducts to life eternal

Its progress vital


Should there be one democratically elected government for the whole world?

Asked By: FionnmacCumhail 59 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Sep 12th, 2012 at 6:37PM

I think that this would come very soon.
We need institutions like the UN, with separate
powers: executive, legislative, judiciary… and
all will function under completely new charters
that made clear of government truly of the
people, by the people and for the people.
All levels from locality to nation will also elect
institutions working directly under those charters.
No individual will have any station higher than oher
members of the institution. The law will govern instead
of the individual.
With the experience of the UN, we can easily see
how a world government should be organized and
and operated for the benefits of all people in real peace.
Internet should be used widely to provide proper education
about world citizens who can establish and support
their own institutions.
We really need high education and high civilization,
and this can be reached today with a more advanced Internet.
I believe this can be achieved with free and frank
consultations of all individuals.of the mature human race.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 “So it was with the Arabian nations who, being uncivilized, were oppressed by the Persian and Greek governments. When the Light of Muhammad shone forth all Arabia was brightened. These oppressed and degraded peoples became enlightened and cultured; so much so, indeed, that other nations imbibed Arabian civilization from Arabia. This was the proof of Muhammad’s divine mission.

All the teaching of the Prophets is one; one faith; one Divine light shining throughout the world. Now, under the banner of the oneness of humanity all people of all creeds should turn away from prejudice and become friends and believers in all the Prophets.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 42)




The world one country

That is known for centuries

One reality


What does your avatar mean

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Posted by pukirahe Aug 26th, 2012 at 5:56PM

Baha’u’llah, the Messenger of God for our Age,
the Age of matuirty of the whole human race, says:
“The earth is but one country and mankind its citizens.”
He also says that:”Man should be considered as the
greater world.”
So I use that excellent photo on the Internet to
remind my myself about these divine counsels.
Wishing that more and more people will live
in peace on this little planet and using their
greater minds to discover other known and unknown
worlds of God, the Omniscient and the Omnipotent.
This new way of living will surely turn our world
into Paradise for all human beings who are created
in the image and likeness of God.


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Abdu’l-Baha says:


“One more point remains: modern philosophers say: “We have never seen the spirit in man, and in spite of our researches into the secrets of the human body, we do not perceive a spiritual power. How can we imagine a power which is not sensible?” The theologians reply: “The spirit of the animal also is not sensible, and through its bodily powers it cannot be perceived. By what do you prove the existence of the spirit of the animal? There is no doubt that from its effects you prove that in the animal there is a power which is not in the plant, and this is the power of the senses; that is to say, sight, hearing, and also other powers; from these you infer that there is an animal spirit. In the same way, from the proofs and signs we have mentioned, we argue that there is a human spirit.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 306)




The rich sacred verses

Are beyond understanding

For  meditating


Why are u so adorable? 🙂

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Posted by pukirahe Aug 10th, 2012 at 5:56PM

Because I am a human being.
I have all the good things, except knowledge.
That is why I observe the principle to live and learn.
I never have enough knowledge to cease my learning.
One year, ten years, fifty years… still I must learn.
What we get in school which can be verified
is information, not knowledge. We have the information
that the earth turns around the sun and rotates on its axis,
but we never know its real essence, its purpose.
We are also ignorant about ourself and our relation to God.
This divine education requires our use of senses,
reason, tradition, intuition, inspiration, and verified oneself
through meditation and practical experience.
That is why the number of scholars can be counted,
but not the number of enlightened people, who truly
make contribution to a unified and peaceful world.




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Abdu’l-Baha says:


“Man’s spirit comprehends the realities of kingdoms which have no knowledge of him, even as the child in the womb has no knowledge of exterior existence; nevertheless, the mother comprehends the child’s existence. The superior kingdom understands the inferior, but that the inferior comprehends it is no proof of the non-existence of the superior kingdom. In the human world, if we do not understand the divine world, is that a proof that the world of God does not exist? When we view the universe we see it as endless space, for we cannot restrict the universe to the lower kingdoms and to man who is here for a few days only, then vanishes.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 117)




Man adorable

For adoring One True God

Who gives true knowledge


What is you Religion?

Asked By: tuleen 31 minutes ago

i mean your

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Posted by pukirahe Jun 3rd, 2012 at 5:34AM

I think that my religion is your religion and
that of human beings of all generations,
past, present and future. It is Divine Education,
established successively by Divine Educators,
such as Khrisna, Christ, Baha’u’llah….
to show mankind the happy way to return to God
after thankfully enjoying all the good things in His
innumerable worlds.
Today, with knowledge overflowing the world like water
overflowing our planet, it is hard but possible for all
to seek for and live by this truth.
Let us read, meditate, practice divine counsels
and see results for ourselves.



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Abdul-Baha says:


“One who is wise in the ways of God sees that his words and deeds reflect the glory of God. I hope that the light of this glory may shine forth from each one of you, for this is the decisive proof – for this Baha’u’llah suffered – that he might educate men to become the educators of the world and spread truth abroad.

May ye attain to this station – upon ye be greetings and praise!”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 42)




Religion is one

Otherwise only fancy

Of immature minds

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