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166 Ye Have Been Enjoined To Renew The Furnishings Of Your Homes After The Passing Of Each Nineteen Years #151






Baha'u'llah confirms the injunction in the Arabic Bayan regarding the
renewal, every nineteen years, of the furnishings of one's home, provided
one is able to do so. 'Abdu'l-Baha relates this ordinance to the promotion
of refinement and cleanliness. He explains that the purpose of the law is
that one should change those furnishings that become old, lose their
lustre and provoke repugnance. It does not apply to such things as rare or
treasured articles, antiques or jewellery.





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