Informational Site NetworkInformational Site Network
Privacy
 

Categories

Kitab-i-aqdas
Notes
Synopsis And Codification Of The Laws And Ordinances Of The Kitab-i-aqdas


Articles

These Are, O My God, The Days Whereon Thou Didst
These are, O my God, the days whereon Thou didst enjo...

All Glory Be To This Day The Day In Which The
All glory be to this Day, the Day in which the fragra...

The Second Valley
If the wayfarer's goal be the dwelling of the Praisew...

There Hath Appeared In This Revelation
There hath appeared in this Revelation what hath neve...

31 The Traveller The Ailing Those Who Are With Child Or Giving Suck Are Not Bound By The Fast
they have been exempted by God as a token of His grace...

Notes Of A Conversation With 'abdu'l-baha
A Coloured man from South Africa who was visiting 'Ab...

Lauded Be Thy Name, O My God! Thou Seest How
Lauded be Thy name, O my God! Thou seest how I have b...





131 Approach Not The Public Pools Of Persian Baths #106






Baha'u'llah prohibits the use of the pools found in the traditional public
bath-houses of Persia. In these baths it was the custom for many people to
wash themselves in the same pool and for the water to be changed at
infrequent intervals. Consequently, the water was discoloured, befouled
and unhygienic, and had a highly offensive stench.




132. Avoid ye likewise the malodorous pools in the courtyards of Persian
homes 106


Most houses in Persia used to have a pool in their courtyard which served
as a reservoir for water used for cleaning, washing and other domestic
purposes. Since the water in the pool was stagnant and was not usually
changed for weeks at a time, it tended to develop a very unpleasant odour.





Next: 133 It Is Forbidden You To Wed Your Fathers' Wives #107

Previous: 130 Whoso Interpreteth What Hath Been Sent Down From The Heaven Of



Add to del.icio.us Add to Reddit Add to Digg Add to Del.icio.us Add to Google Add to Twitter Add to Stumble Upon
Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
SHAREADD TO EBOOK