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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FOOD?

English: In Haifa, Palestine: Abdu'l-Baha on M...

English: In Haifa, Palestine: Abdu’l-Baha on Mount Carmel with pilgrims (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jews Place of Wailing, Jerusalem

Jews Place of Wailing, Jerusalem (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

'The Jews Gathering the Manna in the Desert

‘The Jews Gathering the Manna in the Desert (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Whats your favorite food? why?

Asked By: KittyNinja1 (13-15, F) 34 minutes ago

 

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Posted by pukirahe Feb 7th, 2013 at 4:51PM

Manna, made with pen, ink, paper and thoughts. It gives subtle fragrance to the nose, sweet music to the ear and marvelous beauty to the eye. It gladdens the spirit, develops the mind, and beautify the soul. Today, millions of people can enjoy these celestial banquets on Internet. This food gives man life eternal.
In the time of Moses, the Jews were privileged to receive this food every day when they move through the desert from Egypt to Palestine. This food was also given in the time of Christ and Muhammad, but its name is called differently.
Today, nobody talks about manna, although we humans can only live with manna. Without it, we die.

 

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “In the Qur’án a whole chapter is devoted to the story of Jesus. It records that in the time of His youth He worshiped God in the temple at Jerusalem, that manna descended from heaven for His sustenance and that He uttered words immediately after His birth. In brief, in the Qur’án there is eulogy and commendation of Christ such as you do not find in the Gospel.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 201)

 

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 Food for body good

Food for soul most important

At divine banquet

FIRST THING YOU DO ON WAKING UP?

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Shrine of Baha'u'llah

Shrine of Baha’u’llah (Photo credit: Dr Phil)

Baha'i Temple

Baha’i Temple (Photo credit: syedasif)

What is the first thing you do on waking up every morning:)?

Asked By: anil60 (46-50, M) 20 minutes ago

 

Posted by pukirahe Feb 7th, 2013 at 2:19AM

 

Praying and meditating.
Daily communion with God only becomes my cherished desire and pleasant habit after the age of 40. This gives guidance and strength to my new day and reminds me constantly about the purpose of my life. This practice sheds more and more light on my learning and my serving the propagation of the Cause of God. I am assured that my work and that of my friends worldwide will end in greater and greater glory. We know that this is not the glory of our achievement, but the Glory of God Himself bestowing on us as well as on all mankind in this Age, although a number of people still remain unaware.

 

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Baha’u’lah says:

 “The winds of tests are powerless to hold back them that enjoy near access to Thee from setting their faces towards the horizon of Thy glory, and the tempests of trials must fail to draw away and hinder such as are wholly devoted to Thy will from approaching Thy court.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 3)

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 We unknown beings

Silently commune with God

In His remembrance

MARRIAGE A GOOD OR BAD LIFE DECISION?

`Abdu'l-Bahá

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Will and Testament of `Abdu'l-Bahá

Will and Testament of `Abdu’l-Bahá (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Baha'i Temple

Baha’i Temple (Photo credit: Teemu008)

Marriage a good or bad life decision

Asked By: mysteriouslovely (22-25, F) 46 minutes ago

 

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Posted by pukirahe Feb 6th, 2013 at 10:44PM

 

Marriage is one of greatest blessings in the human life, next to worshipping God.
It is a sacred institution preserving the noble and progressive continuation of the human race.
In order to restore the welfare of any nations, the most essential thing should be the restoration of family institution with a proper education for mother, father and children.
Lack of this education in recent centuries has caused destruction of almost all families, countries and perhaps the whole world, the newly-built family for this Age.
Fortunately, this education is now available on the Internet.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “God has created the world as one — the boundaries are marked out by man. God has not divided the lands, but each man has his house and meadow; horses and dogs do not divide the fields into parts. That is why Bahá’u’lláh says: “Let not a man glory in that he loves his country, but that he loves his kind.” All are of one family, one race; all are human beings. Differences as to the partition of lands should not be the cause of separation among the people.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 55)

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 Sacred family

Greatest institution

Ennobling mankind

HOW CAN WE RECOGNIZE THE MESSENGER OF GOD?

Abdu'l-Baha

Abdu’l-Baha (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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bEhOld thE cAndLE (Photo credit: Adib Roy)

The Betrayal by Judas

The Betrayal by Judas (Photo credit: Fergal of Claddagh)

I can walk on ice, which is frozen water. Am i Jesus?

Asked By: ImmaSlender (18-21, M) 26 minutes ago, 3 days left to answer.

 

Posted by pukirahe Feb 6th, 2013 at 9:26PM

Christ‘s miracles only attract people like Judas. His love attracts people like Peter, Paul, Matthew… The Judas left Him or sold Him. The Simons spread Christianity all over the planet. In order to understand the mission of Prophets like Christ, we don’t need to know Their miracles, but we must read Their Holy Books and sincerely practice them.
The UN will continue to eliminate illiteracy, so that all human beings will be able to read Holy Books on the Internet and to get pure and divine lessons from the Messengers of God.

 

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “Miracles are likewise convincing to a limited number only. For instance, a Buddhist would not be convinced by the miracles of Moses which are proofs only so far as the orthodox Jews are concerned, because they love Moses. On the other hand the miracles attributed to Jesus Christ are refuted by the Jews as a whole, saying “No one lives today who has seen these miracles performed, therefore, who can bear testimony to them?”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 43)

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 Miracle lovers

Rely on physical sight

While love can’t be seen

WHAT IS SAN FRANCISCO LIKE?

Palm trees lining streets in San Jose, California

Palm trees lining streets in San Jose, California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Annabel Knight tells story of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s visits (Photo credit: John Barnabas Leith)

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What is san francisco like?

Asked By: veronica4ever (22-25, F) 11 minutes ago

 

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Posted by pukirahe Feb 6th, 2013 at 2:32AM

It is like Nhatrang, my hometown, with sea, mountain, and many people from the East (especially OrangeCounty). When I visit the US, it is my first destination on mainland. I loved it; and now I love it more because my children and grandchildren live there (namely San Jose). It can be considered as a micro-America or micro world. However, as for residence, I prefer Honolulu, Hawaiii, which is more similar to my native country.

 

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Abdul-Baha says:

 “One of the great reasons of separation is colour. Look how this prejudice has power in America, for instance. See how they hate one another! Animals do not quarrel because of their colour! Surely man who is so much higher in creation, should not be lower than the animals. Think over this. What ignorance exists! White doves do not quarrel with blue doves because of their colour, but white men fight with dark-coloured men. This racial prejudice is the worst of all.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 55)

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We love all mankind

Noble children of One God

With all skin colors

WHY IS YOUR GOD REAL AND OTHERS NOT?

Whys your god real and others not?

Asked By: beached2000 4 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Apr 24th, 2012 at 6:05AM

There is only One True God.
He is God, and there is no other God but Him.
He is Supreme Creator and Sustainer of all worlds.
He is the God of Abrahamic Religions.
He is the God of Zoroaster, Khrisna, Buddha,
the Bab and Baha’u’llah and all Prophets Who
are the Manifestations of the Holy Spirit.
So there is no such thing as my god and their god;
the God that I believe is the God of all Revelations,
all beings, all mankind.
I do not believe in any other gods; I only concentrate
my worshipping and serving the One True God of all worlds,
and I cannot conceive any other gods who are equal, lower or higher
than this Supreme God; otherwise He Himself is not God too.

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Baha’u’llah says:

“This is, truly, that which the Spirit of God hath announced, when He came with truth unto you, He with Whom the Jewish doctors disputed, till at last they perpetrated what hath made the Holy Spirit to lament, and the tears of them that have near access to God to flow. Consider how a Pharisee who had worshipped God for seventy years repudiated the Son when He appeared, whereas one who had committed adultery gained admittance into the Kingdom. Thus doth the Pen admonish thee as bidden by the Eternal King, that thou mayest be apprised of what came to pass aforetime and be reckoned in this day among them that truly believe.” (Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 69)

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He is One True God

Hence one divine religion

One human family

HOW TO BE HAPPY AFTER RETIREMENT?

What is the retirement age in your country?

Asked By: valhalla23 21 hours ago

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Best Answer by pukirahe (Chosen By Asker):

Feb 12th, 2012 at 1:24AM, Year of Dragon, Day 21

Sixty, but I am still working now at 76.
Usually, people work happily and unhappily for money,
but my working for no payment is totally happy.
Nine years of imprisonment and these years
after retirement, is the most happy time of my life.
In prison, I had nine friends to continue our telling
stories about the love of God. And now I have more friends
in thankful storytelling on the Internet.
Conclusion: Human life is not to work for money,
but to enjoy telling about the blessings of God that money cannot

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Abdul-Baha says:

 

“Bahá’u’lláh had also in His writings given a most important place to Art, and the practice of skilled trades. He had stated that the practice of an Art or Trade in the true spirit of service was identical with the worship of God.” (Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 71)

 

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Not working for pay

But for service as worship

Old age no worry

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