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40 The Teachers #20






In a Tablet, 'Abdu'l-Baha compares teachers who are involved with the

spiritual education of the child to the spiritual father who endoweth

his child with everlasting life. He explains that this is the reason that

teachers are listed among the heirs in the Law of God.



Baha'u'llah specifies the conditions under which the teacher inherits and

the share he or she receives (Q and A 33).





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