Ridvan is known as the “Most Great Festival” and the “King of Festivals,” and so it’s an important time to commemorate with one’s family and community. Here are a few ideas to help children celebrate the twelve days of Ridvan.
Having an any way the wind blows attitude can be extremely helpful during difficult times. But when it seems like your courage is drying up and you’re stuck without a paddle, it helps to remind yourself that God is sufficient.
The month of Glory has arrived!
Lucky for all of us music lovers, The Hidden Words has been the inspiration for songs of all genres. Here are 9 memorable and uplifting songs based on The Hidden Words.
What can we do to help make the potential spiritual power of Feast a reality? Preparing ahead of time can go a long way toward improving Feast.
In the coming year, you can continue to expect more inspiring photography from our international team of collaborators and quotes for contemplation. But we know living a Baha’i life isn’t just about reflection—we have to act, too! See what’s in store for the new year….
A new Baha’i year, a new beginning! Photos for this month from around the world…
Emotional states have a strong effect on physical health and well-being, and your liver—the poison filter of the body—might be getting a little bogged down with all your grump. If you’ve got a perpetual case of the Mondays or you’re indulging in a little bit too much Facebook Schadenfreude, if might be time for a metaphysical liver cleanse.
Wrapping up the year 170 B.E. with photos from the month of Loftiness…
We all know that the Baha’i Fast is a very spiritual time. But the Fast can also pose some practical questions. We spoke to Dr. David Letzer to get some ideas for how to physically prepare for fasting.