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How to Be Happy

Never become angry with one another.  Love the creatures for the sake of God and not for themselves. You will never become angry or impatient if you love them for the sake of God. Humanity is not perfect. There are imperfections in every hu­man being, and you will...

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Remembering God

Lament not in your hours of trial, neither rejoice therein; seek ye the Middle Way which is the remembrance of Me in your afflictions and reflections over that which may befall you in future. Thus informeth you, He Who is Omniscient, He Who is Aware.  (Bahá'u'lláh,...

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The State of the Soul

In addition, we know from the Bahá'í writings that man's soul ‘is independent of all infirmities of body or mind’, and not only continues to exist ‘after departing from this mortal world’, but progresses ‘through the bounty and grace of the Lord’.  (From a letter...

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Letting Go of Backbiting

I hope that the believers of God will shun completely backbiting, each one praising the other cordially and believe that backbit­ing is the cause of Divine wrath, to such an extent that if a person backbites to the extent of one word, he may become dishonored among...

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God’s Timing

Do ye not look upon the beginning of affairs; attach your hearts to the ends and results. The present period is like unto a sowing time. Undoubtedly it is impregnated with perils and difficulties, but in the future many a harvest shall be gathered, and benefits and...

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Forgetting My Own Faults 

O SON OF BEING!  How couldst thou forget thine own faults and busy thyself with the faults of others? Whoso doeth this is accursed of Me.  (Bahá’u’lláh, Hidden Words Arabic 26) O this is such a hard Hidden Word to put into practice!  I am so good at looking at other...

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Money and Choices

We ask God to . . . raise them unto a station where the world and the lordship thereof shall not turn them aside from looking toward the Supreme Horizon, and where [anxiety for] gaining a livelihood and [providing] household goods shall not divert them from [the...

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Revenge 

Now, vengeance is reprehensible even according to reason, for it is of no benefit to the avenger. If a man strikes another, and the victim chooses to exact revenge by returning the blow, what advantage will he gain? Will this be a balm to his wound or a remedy for his...

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