Splendour: Wilmette, USA

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Each year I put up a Haft-Sin table, which is a Persian tradition, not a Baha’i one. Though this year I didn’t get all of the elements (I had no apples or oranges in my home), I did manage to purchase a fish, and I had everything else. I even grew the grass! Happy Naw-Ruz!

“The physical sun has its rising and its setting. The earthly world has its day and its night. After each sunset there is a sunrise and the coming of a new dawn. The Sun of Reality, likewise, has its rising and setting. There is a day and a night in the world of spirituality. After each departure there is a return and the dawning light of a new day.” -‘Abdu’l-Baha

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Sholeh Samadani Munion is founder and co-editor of Nineteen Months and takes photos with a Canon Rebel. As a child, she was a master fort builder and mud pie baker. Now she reads books, cooks, and is an event planner. She lives and works in Chicago, USA with her husband, and blogs at her site, Sliding Thoughts.

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