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This is the second in a series of posts about the life of the Blessed Beauty covering His Life from 1844 until being banished to Iraq in 1852. The concept is to present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh with the aid of images and texts from Bahá’í sources. Perhaps these materials can be of use when preparing presentations about Life of the Blessed Beauty. The materials can also be used for individual deepening in connection with the Twin Holy Day celebrations. The two files together present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh. The first file provides explanations and stories compiled from the Bahá’í Writings and history books while the second contains images.

The Life of Blessed Beauty Part 2 From Babi to Exile

The Life of the Blessed Beauty Part 2 From Babi to Exile Pictures

 

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This is the first in a series of posts about the life of the Blessed Beauty. The concept is to present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh with the aid of images and texts from Bahá’í sources. Perhaps these materials can be of use when preparing presentations about Life of the Blessed Beauty. The materials can also be used for individual deepening in connection with the bicentennial celebrations. The two files together present the Life of Bahá’u’lláh. The first file contains images while the second provides explanations and stories compiled from the Bahá’í Writings and history books.

The Life of Bahá’u’lláh Part 1 (1817-1844)

The Life of Blessed Beauty Part 1 From Birth to Babi Pictures

 

Shoghi Effendi writes in God Passes by that the Blessed Beauty visited Haifa a total of four times [1]. The first visit took place when the Blessed Beauty arrived to ‘Akká by way of Haifa and the last was in 1891.

This compilation is also available to download as a pdf (Bahaullahs visits to Haifa).

 

First Visit (31st of August 1868)

 

“The first visit was of short duration, when He disembarked in 1868 from the Lloyd-Triestino steamer [2].

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The Khan-i-Avamid in Akka functioned as pilgrim house during the time of Baha’u’llah and ‘Abdu’l-Baha. As such, it is of interest for pilgrims. This post (as part of a series of posts on places of interest in the Holy Land) tells the story of the Khan-i-Avamid. The text below can also be downloaded as a pdf (Khan-i-Avamid).
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In 1912, Abdu’l-Bahá announced that the Temple is already built after having put in place the corner store of the Chicago House of Worship. How can a Temple, with no walls, structures or doors be already built with one stone? Abdu’l-Bahá also said that peace “will be established in this century, It will be universal in the twentieth century. All nations will be forced into it.”[3] similarly to the Temple, how can peace have been established when there are refugee crisis, extremist groups growing stronger, unimaginable poverty and suffering?”. Perhaps a fresh viewpoint of “evolutionary processes”, which “stands in contrast to pre-occupation with the short term in the wider society today,” [4] will aid in understanding this outwardly seemingly contradiction. Hopefully this semi-compilation can provide some insights. You can read the text below or view it below or The Temple is already built.
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