To earn a million dollars,would you be willing to stay in jail for 10 years?

Asked By: womaninlove21 (22-25, F) 14 minutes ago

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Posted by pukirahe Nov 14th, 2012 at 10:55PM

Life is not such a simple calculation.
Life is a living process of a thinking
being concerning meaning, purpose,
value, reality, realization…
A legal millionaire is not the purpose
of a true human being.
Imprisonment in exchange for money
is not an ideal for a rational being.
The true purpose of man’s life is to
develop human perfections such as
virtue, wisdom, enlightenment…to
contribute to world civilization and
attainment of eternal live.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “81. O MY SERVANT! The basest of men are they that yield no fruit on earth. Such men are verily counted as among the dead, nay better are the dead in the sight of God than those idle and worthless souls.”

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




Man thinking being

For highest spiritual goal

In this and next life



What is love to you?

Asked By: avaeleven (31-35) 17 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Nov 14th, 2012 at 2:10AM

I define love based on my love to God:
Fully submitting to His Will.
Sincerely being obedient to His commands.
(Reading Holy Books morning and evenng
to know how to practice faithfully His commands).
Devotedly serving His Cause.
Incessantly sharing His knowledge to other people.
Trustfully placing all my affairs in His Hand
Making the habit of remembering Him always.
Seeking only for His guidance and protection.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “5. O SON OF BEING! Love Me, that I may love thee. If thou lovest Me not, My love can in no wise reach thee. Know this, O servant.”

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




We love to know love

God gives always like sunlight

The heedless don’t see!


Are you working or wasting your time? and why?

Asked By: shap36 (41-45, M) 33 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Nov 1st, 2012 at 5:00AM

Working with love is useful.
Working without love is waste of time.
Love selflessly is useful.
Love for possessions is waste of time.
Usefulness for other people is good.
Usefulness for oneself is waste of time.
Serve other people in love of God is good.
Serve other people for popularity is waste of time.
Love God for the sake of God is good.
Love God for the reward of paradise is waste of time.



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Abdul-Baha says:

 “But Thou hast glorified Me through My remembrance of Thee, hast exalted Me through My praise of Thee, hast graciously aided Me through the revelations of Thy oneness, and hast conferred upon Me a great honour through the effulgent splendours of Thine ancient eternity. To the fire Thou dost command, ‘Be thou a soothing balm unto My Servant’, and to the prison, ‘Be thou a seat of tender compassion to My Servant, as a token from My presence’. Yea, I swear by Thy glory; to Me the prison hath proved to be naught but the most delightful garden of Paradise and hath served as the noblest spot in the realm above.”

(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 184)




In God all is good

Without Him mere nothingness

So seek first God’s love


Do you think you use facebook or facebook used you? (ever)

Asked By: ikattarri (31-35, F) 15 minutes ago

selling your information privacy leaks.. sure connections.. at what cost?

Best Answer by pukirahe (Chosen By Asker):

Oct 27th, 2012 at 11:08PM

facebook, google, yahoo…. use us to make money;
we use them for higher and more various goals…
Mutual love, mutual respect, mutual benefit…
all is good as long as it serves the building
of a higher and higher civilization on earth.
It is only within a period of about five years that
I start to see the Internet as a virtual world
which lives and expands on all aspects at the
multiplied speed of life. A good thought can be sent
back and forth billions of times in a second.
Famous people on the so-called real world may
last long, famous people up here easily fall into
oblivion by the multiplication of millions of new names!
Luckily, it is still controlled by the law against monopoly.
Perhaps, there need be more laws to keep it in
normal and lasting functioning.
Who will have real power to legislate and to enforce these laws?



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baha’u’llah says:

 “From eternity Thou hast been exalted above the praise of aught else but Thee, and been high above the description of any one except Thyself.” I yield Thee such thanks as can cause the Nightingale of Glory to pour forth its melody in the highest heaven: “Ali (the Bab), in truth, is Thy servant, Whom Thou hast singled out from among Thy Messengers and Thy chosen Ones, and made Him to be the Manifestation of Thyself in all that pertaineth unto Thee, and that concerneth the revelation of Thine attributes and the evidences of Thy names.”

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



The book “who is who”

Expands hugely at light speed

Causing fame valueless


What makes you happy? Besides family and love

Asked By: gimmekarma (26-30, M) 17 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 26th, 2012 at 5:54PM

Providing education to a child.
All human beings are born with all sorts of precious gems
which can only be exploited by education, so
no one should be deprived of this great instrumnet.
Wishing that more and more people will find ways
to provide education to all children, guide them,
encourage them to develop their own inner
I see that the Internet is a vast and convenient school.
From anywhere, at anytime, any people can teach and
learn any subjects up here. And practice will benefit
learners and other people whom they serve. When
we accompany each other in teaching, learning and service
all people will be happy.
All hail to education, all hail to the Internet.

Reply by gimmekarma Oct 26th, 2012 at 6:02PM

I love this answer and your attitude, i have been going to college for a long time in the hopes of becoming a history professor and soon enough that dream will be realized. I love the passion in your words and i feel the same way

Reply by pukirahe Oct 26th, 2012 at 7:13PM

Congratulations! You will help many children to develop their skills for service in this age of globalization.



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Baha’u’lah says:

 “Grant, then, O my God, that Thy servant who hath turned towards Thee, hath fixed his gaze upon Thee, and clung to the cord of Thy mercifulness and favor, may be enabled to partake of the living waters of Thy mercy and grace. Cause him, then, to ascend unto the heights to which he aspireth, and withhold him not from that which Thou dost possess. Thou art, verily, the Ever-Forgiving, the Most Bountiful.” (Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 123)


All education

Provided on Internet

Let us come and learn


If you could visit anywhere in the whole world where would it be and why

Asked By: MindySlaughter (22-25, F) 23 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 23rd, 2012 at 6:50PM

There is one interesting place that I forget
for years without visiting: my mind.
In answering a question like this years ago
I say Hawaii, USA.
Answering the same question few months ago
I say Haifa, Israel.
But, one place I should visit every day must be
my mind. God places treasures in it and I
regretfully ignore them. That make me continuously
express my poverty before men’s eyes.
I think that from now on, I will concentrate more
in exploiting my inner affluence to share on this
immense Internet.
The more individual netizens become spiritually rich,
the more the Internet will attract mankind. Up here
we cannot store currencies, but can store positive thoughts.



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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Thus have We found you, and thus have We reckoned up your actions and borne witness to all your doings in this day. Know ye that God will not, in this day, accept your thoughts, nor your remembrance of Him, nor your turning towards Him, nor your devotions, nor your vigilance, unless ye be made new in the estimation of this Servant, could ye but perceive it.”

(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 233)




Mind must be made new

For divine acceptance

Otherwise mere loss


Does true love really come to those who wait?

Asked By: Twilightangel29 (26-30, F) 35 minutes ago

Posted by pukirahe Oct 21st, 2012 at 8:16AM

Love is not a thing like a material gift to be given or received.
People whom I love they don’t know; people who love
me I don’t know. I think that you don’t know that I love
you, and I don’t know that you love me.So love is a noble
sentiment that is given unnoticed.
Only God knows His love for us and our love for Him.
But we don’t know His love for us. If we are religious, we
believe; if we are not, we don’t believe and we never know.
Love among lovers are belief, not knowledge. So, in order
to be happy in love, we just love and do not expect to
receive anything as we imagine in our mind.
Wishing you happiness in true love from your heart.




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Baha’u’llah says:

 “Protect, moreover, O my Beloved, through Thy love for them and through the love they bear to Thee, this servant, who hath sacrificed his all for Thee, and expended whatsoever Thou hast given him in the path of Thy love and Thy good pleasure, and preserve him from all that Thou abhorrest, and from whatsoever may hinder him from entering into the Tabernacle of Thy holy sovereignty, and from attaining the seat of Thy transcendent oneness.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 337)




God loves us truly

How can we know about it

Without true belief?


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