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Soon we celebrate the Declaration of the Báb. As preparation or as readings, it might be interesting to read some stories about the life of the Báb prior to His Declaration. These stories are from His life as an infant up to His final preparation before His Declaration. These stories are available at the following links.

The Báb as an Infant

The Childhood of the Báb

The Devotional Attitude of the Báb

The Schooling of the Báb

The Báb as a Merchant

Final Preparation of the Báb before His Declaration

Furthermore, perhaps reflecting on the following excerpts from the Writings of the Blessed Beauty, will assist in a worthy celebration of this Holy Day.

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This post, the forth one, continues the series of stories from the life of the Báb that show signs of His Greatness from early childhood, long before He openly declared His Mission. Here are some stories from when He attended school. Maybe these stories will be conducive to a more spiritual celebration of this Holy Day.

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This post, the third one, continues the series of stories from the life of the Báb that show signs of His Greatness from early childhood, long before He openly declared His Mission. Here are some stories that show His extraordinary devotional attitude. Maybe these stories will be conducive to a more spiritual celebration of this Holy Day.

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This post, the second one, continues the series of stories from the life of the Báb that show signs of His Greatness from early childhood, long before He openly declared His Mission. Maybe these stories will be conducive to a more spiritual celebration of this Holy Day.

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The Manifestations of God show signs of Their Greatness from early childhood, long before they openly declare Their Holy Mission. When His father passed away, His maternal uncle, Hájí Mírzá Siyyid ‘Alí became His custodian. When the Báb declared His Mission, His uncle accepted the new Faith without requiring any evidence or any proof. His uncle had seen so many remarkable things that there was no doubt in his mind that the Báb was the Promised One. This bears a testimony to the “superhuman wisdom” that the Báb had long before He declared.

The Báb declared His mission on the 23rd of May in 1844 and as preparation; some stories from the Life of the Báb prior to His Declaration will be posted. There will be all in all, six sets of stories, beginning with His mother’s account of the Báb when He was an infant and ending with how His wife, Khadijih Bagum, became a believer.

Maybe these stories will be conducive to a more spiritual celebration of this Holy Day. The first story is from the mother of the Báb who described the Báb when He was an infant. She recounted the following:

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