Might: Kent, England

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Baha'i wedding rings

Ronnie Y. Bindra ©

‘Might’ is a power, force, or vigour, especially of a great or supreme kind.

The law of  marriage, on the other hand, is viewed as a ‘fortress for well-being.’

Methinks ‘Might’ and a ‘fortress’ aren’t too disimilar.

This photo was taken for a friends wedding.

“And when He desired to manifest grace and beneficence to men, and to set the world in order, He revealed observances and created laws; among them He established the law of marriage, made it as a fortress for well-being and salvation, and enjoined it upon us in that which was sent down out of the heaven of sanctity in His Most Holy Book. He saith, great is His glory: “Marry, O people, that from you may appear he who will remember Me amongst My servants; this is one of My commandments unto you; obey it as an assistance to yourselves.” Bahá’u’lláh

Ronnie is founder and former co-editor of Nineteen Months
and shoots from the hip with a Nikon. Ronnie hails from London, England and falls asleep when he takes his socks off.

1 Comment

  1. sarah

    8 September, 2010 at 2:26 am

    Aw! I thought this was for you.

    This is cool. The connection between might and a fortress is very interesting!