Far, far in the forest there were two little huts, and in each of them lived a man who was a famous hunter, his wife, and three or four children. Now the children were forbidden to play more than a short distance from the door, as it was know... Read more of Ball-carrier And The Bad One at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Praised Be Thou, O My God! I Beseech Thee By
Praised be Thou, O my God! I beseech Thee by them who...

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

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Know thou, moreover, that the bird that taketh flight in...

Know Thou Of A Certainty That The Unseen
Know thou of a certainty that the Unseen can in no wi...

If Ye Meet The Abased Or The Down-trodden
If ye meet the abased or the down-trodden, turn not a...

Farewell Words Of 'abdu'l-baha
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23: O Son Of The Supreme! To The Eternal I Call Thee Yet Thou Dost Seek That
O SON OF THE SUPREME! To the eternal I call thee, yet...





23: O Dwellers In The City Of Love! Mortal Blasts Have Beset The Everlasting Candle






O DWELLERS IN THE CITY OF LOVE! Mortal blasts have beset the everlasting
candle, and the beauty of the celestial Youth is veiled in the darkness of
dust. The chief of the monarchs of love is wronged by the people of
tyranny and the dove of holiness lies prisoned in the talons of owls. The
dwellers in the pavilion of glory and the celestial concourse bewail and
lament, while ye repose in the realm of negligence, and esteem yourselves
as of the true friends. How vain are your imaginings!





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