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Asl-i-kullu'l-khayr (words Of Wisdom)
In the Name of God, the Exalted, the Most High THE...

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O My brother! At every juncture We have restated Our the...

The Pure Heart
When asked for a definition of a pure heart, 'Abdu'l-...

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GOD testifieth that there is none othe...

O Thou Whose Nearness Is My Wish, Whose Presence
O Thou Whose nearness is my wish, Whose presence is m...

2: O Son Of Spirit! The Bird Seeketh Its Nest; The Nightingale The
O SON OF SPIRIT! The bird seeketh its nest; the night...

56: O My Son! The Company Of The Ungodly Increaseth Sorrow
O MY SON! The company of the ungodly increaseth sorro...





121 O Banks Of The Rhine! #90






In one of His Tablets written before the First World War (1914-1918),

'Abdu'l-Baha explained that Baha'u'llah's reference to having seen the

banks of the Rhine covered with gore related to the Franco-Prussian War

(1870-1871), and that there was more suffering to come.



In God Passes By Shoghi Effendi states that the oppressively severe

treaty that was imposed on Germany following its defeat in the First

World War provoked 'the lamentations' of Berlin which half a century

before, had been ominously prophesied.





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