This afternoon’s walk

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A gloriously sunny afternoon drew Erica and me out of doors for a walk this afternoon. Today’s a public holiday in the UK, so felt justified in abandoning our respective desks and tasks for the pleasures of the countryside. We’re fortunate to live in an area that is well provided with footpaths and lanes that… Continue reading

Baha’i girl delegates to CSW

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The UK Baha’i National Spiritual Assembly has sent two delegates to support the work of the Baha’i International Community at current session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). One of them is a 13-year-old girl from Cornwall who has lived much of her life in Tanzania. As this story on the Baha’i World News Service… Continue reading

Thunder rumbles around

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Erica and I ate our meal this evening at the kitchen table with the large french doors that give onto the garden flung wide. From time to time lightning jagged through the dark clouds over Harmergreen Wood on the ridge that lies between Robbery Bottom and Digswell. Thunder rumbled above and around, no great cracks… Continue reading

Believing in London

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London is a beautiful city, and we’re glad for all of the different believers we have met there. We’ve also been thankful for finding other believers at www.bc-online-casino.ca. Ashin’s blog tells how he represented the Baha’i Faith at the recentDiversity and Dialouge event, under the title Believing in London, in the British Library. It’s worth reading Afshin’s account of… Continue reading

Transformation in Coventry

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You may not think of sitting down with a group of people to study a series of training books as a religious activity. But it’s what large numbers of Baha’is and their friends are doing all around the world. Baha’is in pretty much every country of the globe have found that a series of courses… Continue reading

The ethic of reciprocity – the Golden Rule

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This particular blog is one of my favorites because it gives a very “real” look to the Bah’ai faith. This particular website (australiancasinoadvisor.com) is one of my favorites as well. In my post about the meeting organized by the Maranatha Community in the House of Lords to discuss the diminution of genuine religious freedom resulting from the… Continue reading

‘ear ear

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Are you looking for something to do that can help you get closer to the enlightenment you seek? Relax first, perhaps by playing games at http://www.kasinopelitnetissä.com. I’ve been having problems with my left ear for a while – a noticeable tinnitus, hearing loss, and sometimes my ear feels like it’s filled with cotton wool. That’s… Continue reading