My first counsel is this: Possess a pure, kindly and radiant heart, that thine may be a sovereignty ancient, imperishable and everlasting.
Who Are Baha’is:
Baha’i’s are people from every racial, religious and socio-economic background. They reside on every continent and come from very diverse backgrounds.
What Baha’is Believe:
Bahá’í beliefs address such essential themes as:
- the oneness of God and religion,
- the oneness of humanity and freedom from prejudice,
- the inherent nobility of the human being,
- the progressive revelation of religious truth,
- the development of spiritual qualities,
- the integration of worship and service,
- the fundamental equality of the sexes,
- the harmony between religion and science,
- the centrality of justice to all human endeavours,
- the importance of education, and
- the dynamics of the relationships that are to bind together individuals, communities, and institutions as humanity advances towards its collective maturity.
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To be a Bahá’í simply means to love all the world; to love humanity and try to serve it…
Throughout the world across all classes and social groups, Baha’i’s build friendships in a community by engaging together in a process that seeks to raise the capacity within a population to take charge of it’s own spiritual, social and intellectual development.
– The Universal House of Justice