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  1. camachoe

    Do women dress with the hijab code when living in a Muslim country?

    I mean, Baha'i women. Thanks for letting me know if this is the case. Also, whether a formerly Muslim woman converted to the Baha'i faith can keep dressing as per the hijab code.
  2. J

    Special Situation Advice on Living Together with Opposite Sex

    Hello everyone! I am a Baha'i, and have recently become a particularly devoted one as I've finally grown up enough to truly understand the majestic nature of the Faith! In my daily striving to better myself and serve my community I've met someone with the same goals as me and we have an amazing...
  3. EternalStudent9

    Living With A Catholic Family

    It isn't always easy living with a family that does not share my beliefs about God, religion, or the path that society should or will take. It can be a struggle, especially when I am told that I should not even speak about my beliefs at times. At the same time, learning their perspective on...
  4. M

    living with and among other people

    I am recently reading a book by the Christian theologian and philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg. this book, I have started to read, after reading "Private Dawding" and another book of the same nature. there are many interesting parts in the book about which I would like to ask for your opinions: "I...
  5. Momtazi

    Letters of the Living

    Is it true that the Bab in the Ahsan-el- Ghesas first appointed 12 Letters of the Living and then later on in the Bayan increased them to 19? Maybe they were not actually appointed? I have read that Baha’u’llah was the 20th. If this is correct, then Quddus would not be the last Letter of the Living?
  6. Momtazi

    Letters of tyhe Living

    Letters of the Living Is it true that the Bab in the Ahsan-el- Ghesas first appointed 12 Letters of the Living and then later on in the Bayan increased them to 19? Maybe they were not actually appointed? I have read that Baha’u’llah was the 20th. If this is correct, then Quddus...
  7. Fadl

    Living a chaste an holy life as a Baha'i

    Living a chaste and holy life as a Baha'i Dear friends, There have been certain statements and behaviors on this forum by persons who may or may not be Baha'is, and I thought it would be appropriate to reflect on what the Baha'i teachings have to say about such matters, since this should be...
  8. D

    Mumbai Multiplex | Living arrangements of the dead

    "The city’s story through a graveyard where Armenians and Baha’is lie next to each other—an excerpt from a new book" "The Armenians, whose ancestors came to India as traders, have lived in Bombay since 1676, when they were offered concessions by the East India Company to settle in the islands...
  9. L

    Living the Life

    One of the things I do, when I am not working or here on this board, is work with depressed and suicidal youth and young adults. 95% of them are depressed and suicidal because of one or more of the following: 1) They are atheists and life doesn't mean anything and death is the end (in their...
  10. S

    Living together before marriage

    Hello! I am new to this site. I am not a Baha' i (I do not believe in any religion myself) but I am looking for some answers to a few questions. I am currently dating a Baha'i and we have been together for 2.5 years. We are both currently graduating university so the discussion of living...
  11. jimhabegger

    Promoting God-centered living in cyberspace

    Does anyone know of any people, preferably from widely-ranging faith communities and societies, who are collaborating systematically on promoting what I will call for now "God-centered living," all over cyberspace? I want that to include people from non-monotheistic or even non-theistic...
  12. L

    Living in an abusive family

    I have been raised by two dysfunctional parents. Since I can remember they would fight all the time, screaming and getting physically abusive nearly on a daily basis until my father finally left our family a few years ago and I have not heard from him since, except for the occasional phone call...
  13. gusash

    Living alone with someone of the opposite gender?

    I am moving out of a refuge soon, the government here in Australia has organised a housemate for me to live with in an apartment. This is my one chance to not be homeless. They have apparently chosen a girl around my age who they think I would be compatible to live with. However, a Baha'i has...
  14. M

    Our struggle with living and mortality.

    I've struggled with many Baha'i laws. Really, really, struggled. I still struggle. I doubt I'll never, not struggle. I feel this is due to my gross lack of religious training through out most all of my life. I'm 57 years old in October. My only religious experience and training only recently...
  15. cire perdue

    Living the Baha'i life/ man's purpose

    "It is our spiritualized behavior that presents to the rest of the world the most tangible evidence that the Baha'i community will indeed be able to carry forward an ever-advancing cilvization. That is precisely why Baha'u'llah says the best way to teach is to live the life....Those who manage...
  16. B

    Unity and intercultural...not for all?

    Hi dear brothers in Humanity, I'm really interested in the Bahai faith, for many reasons I won't explain here. I can account for a good knowledge of judaism and islam, I'm an Hebrew and Arabic speaker among other tongues, living in France know, and of Israeli citizenship. I've been moved and...