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Farewell Reception: Introduction
On the evening of St. Michael's day, a large farewell...

Glory To Thee, O My God! But For The Tribulations
Glory to Thee, O my God! But for the tribulations whi...

Discourse To An Assembly Of Theosophists London
September, 1911. Th...

Prayer For The Dead
O my God! This is Thy servant and the son of Thy serv...

172 The Six Raised Up By Virtue Of This Upright Alif #157
In his writings, Shaykh Ahmad-i-Ahsa'i placed great e...

168 Ye Have Been Prohibited From Making Use Of Pulpits
Whoso wisheth to recite unto you the verses of his Lor...

Discourse Given At Miss E J Rosenberg's Unity Meeting
September 8th, 1911. ...





The True Baha'i






I have never heard of Baha'u'llah, said a young man. I have only
recently read about this movement, but I recognize the mission of
'Abdu'l-Baha and desire to be a disciple. I have always believed in the
brotherhood of man as the ultimate solvent of all our national and
international difficulties.

It makes no difference whether you have ever heard of Baha'u'llah or
not, was the answer, the man who lives the life according to the
teachings of Baha'u'llah is already a Baha'i. On the other hand a man may
call himself a Baha'i for fifty years and if he does not live the life he
is not a Baha'i. An ugly man may call himself handsome, but he deceives no
one, and a black man may call himself white yet he deceives no one: not
even himself!





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