“What they desperately need is to know how to live their lives — they need to know who they are’, to what purpose they exist, and how they should act towards one another; and, once they know the answers to these questions they need to be helped to gradually apply these answers to every-day behavior. It is to the solution of this basic problem of mankind that the greater part of all our energy and resources should be directed.” (Universal House of Justice, Lights of Guidance, p. 122)
About Susan Gammage
Susan Gammage is a Bahá’í-inspired author, educator and researcher with a passion for finding ways to help people apply Bahá’í principles to everyday life situations so they can learn to “live the life”. She has published over 600 articles and nine books and nothing gives her greater pleasure than working on a whole lot more. She is blessed to be able to live in one of the most beautiful parts of Canada.
Recent Blog Postings
Workaholics reading “Strain every nerve” in the following quote, will see evidence in the Writings to push through and work harder: Strain every nerve to acquire both inner and outer perfections, for the fruit of the human tree hath ever been and will ever be...
Interview on Bahá’í Blogcast
Note: The materials on this site reflect the current understanding of Susan Gammage from her experience in the Bahá’í community and as a Bahá’í-inspired researcher/author. They do not represent an official interpretation of the Bahá’í Writings. They are simply offered as an educational resource for Bahá’ís to consider as they strive to understand and implement the Writings into their lives, institutions and communities. Any questions about the application of certain quotes to your own particular situation should be directed to the Bahá’í institutions. Official websites include bahai.org (international); ca.bahai.org (Canadian) and bahai.us (American).