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Praise Be Unto Thee, O My God! I Am One Of Thy
Praise be unto Thee, O my God! I am one of Thy servan...

140 The Most Great Festival Is Indeed The King Of Festivals #112
A reference to the Ridvan Festival (see notes 107 and...

Tolstoy
The same questioner said: I have read much of Tolstoy...

191 Remember How We Nurtured Thee By Day And By Night For Service To The Cause #184
In _God Passes By_, Shoghi Effendi refers to the fact...

O Afnan O Thou That Hast Branched From
O Afnan, O thou that hast branched from Mine ancient ...

Contemplate With Thine Inward Eye The
Contemplate with thine inward eye the chain of succes...

Some Of The Experiences Of His Forty Years Imprisonment
In an apartment in Cadogan Gardens sits a spiritually...





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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