A Japanese Story Hashnu the Stonecutter sat beside the highway cutting stone. It was hard work, and the sun shone hot upon him. "Ah me!" said Hashnu, "if one only did not have to work all day. I would that I could sit and rest, and not h... Read more of Hashnu The Stonecutter at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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78: O Son Of My Handmaid! Quaff From The Tongue Of The Merciful The Stream
O SON OF MY HANDMAID! Quaff from the tongue of the me...

Suriy-i-ra'is
In His name, the All-Glorious! ...

Praised Be Thou, O Lord My God! Thou Art He
Praised be Thou, O Lord my God! Thou art He Who hath ...

Praise Be Unto Thee, Who Art My God And The
Praise be unto Thee, Who art my God and the God of al...

Glorified Art Thou, O Lord My God! Rain Down,
Glorified art Thou, O Lord my God! Rain down, I besee...

135 To None Is It Permitted To Mutter Sacred Verses Before The Public Gaze As He Walketh In The Street Or Marketplace #108
This is an allusion to the practice of certain cleric...

148 The First Hath Been Adorned With This Name Which Overshadoweth The Whole Of Creation #127
In the Persian Bayan, the Bab bestowed the name Baha ...





29 These Days Of Giving That Precede The Season Of Restraint #16






Baha'u'llah enjoined upon His followers to devote these days to feasting,
rejoicing and charity. In a letter written on Shoghi Effendi's behalf it
is explained that the intercalary days are specially set aside for
hospitality, the giving of gifts, etc..





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