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72: O My Servant! Thou Art Even As A Finely Tempered Sword Concealed
O MY SERVANT! Thou art even as a finely tempered swor...

Are Superstitions Useful
A lady enquired whether some superstitions might not ...

62: O Son Of Dust! Turn Not Away Thine Eyes From The Matchless Wine
O SON OF DUST! Turn not away thine eyes from the matc...

Education
'Abdu'l-Baha laid great stress on Education. He said ...

Regard Thou The One True God As One
Regard thou the one true God as One Who is apart from...

33: O My Brother! Hearken To The Delightsome Words Of My Honeyed
O MY BROTHER! Hearken to the delightsome words of My ...

Consider The Pettiness Of Men's Minds They
Consider the pettiness of men's minds. They ask for t...





52: O Children Of Negligence And Passion!






O CHILDREN OF NEGLIGENCE AND PASSION! Ye have suffered My enemy to enter
My house and have cast out My friend, for ye have enshrined the love of
another than Me in your hearts. Give ear to the sayings of the Friend and
turn towards His paradise. Worldly friends, seeking their own good, appear
to love one the other, whereas the true Friend hath loved and doth love
you for your own sakes; indeed He hath suffered for your guidance
countless afflictions. Be not disloyal to such a Friend, nay rather hasten
unto Him. Such is the daystar of the word of truth and faithfulness, that
hath dawned above the horizon of the pen of the Lord of all names. Open
your ears that ye may hearken unto the word of God, the Help in peril, the
Self-existent.





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