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24 O Pen Of The Most High! #16
Pen of the Most High, the Supreme Pen and the Most...

Lawh-i-maqsud (tablet Of Maqsud)
_Out of respect, the Baha'is, rather than address...

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Theosophy
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Praise Be To Thee, O Lord My God, My Master!
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And Now Concerning Thy Question Regarding
And now, concerning thy question regarding the creati...





79 We Have Made It Lawful For You To Listen To Music And Singing #51






'Abdu'l-Baha has written that Among certain nations of the East, music
was considered reprehensible. Though the Qur'an contains no specific
guidance on the subject, some Muslims consider listening to music as
unlawful, while others tolerate music within certain bounds and subject to
particular conditions.

There are a number of passages in the Baha'i Writings in praise of music.
'Abdu'l-Baha, for example, asserts that music, sung or played, is
spiritual food for soul and heart.





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