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Lauded Be Thy Name, O Lord My God! I Am Thy
Lauded be Thy Name, O Lord my God! I am Thy servant w...

At Brooklands
The morning of the second day, a neighbour sent over ...

A Baha'i Wedding
Quite an oriental note was struck toward the end of '...

Behold, then, the foolish ones of bygone times and those...

81: O My Servant! The Basest Of Men Are They That Yield No Fruit
O MY SERVANT! The basest of men are they that yield n...

Encompassed as I am at this time by the dogs of the eart...

3: O Son Of Man! Veiled In My Immemorial Being And In The Ancient
O SON OF MAN! Veiled in My immemorial being and in th...


Gracious God! But for fear of the Nimrod of tyranny and for the
protection of the Abraham of justice, I would reveal unto thee that which,
wert thou to abandon self and desire, would enable thee to dispense with
aught else and to draw nigh unto this city. Be patient, however, until
such time as God will have proclaimed His Cause. He, verily, rewardeth
beyond measure them that endure with patience.(64) Inhale then the sweet
savours of the spirit from the garment of hidden meanings, and say: "O ye
that are immersed in the ocean of selflessness! Hasten to enter the City
of Immortality, if ye seek to ascend its heights." And We exclaim: "Verily
we are God's, and to Him shall we return."(65)

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