The City Council of Redwood City issued a proclamation in honor of the Bicentenary of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh.
BIC calls for the lifting of all charges and safeguarding of the rights of all Baha’is in Yemen. [...]
The BIC Brussels Office hosts online discussion, exploring links between European agricultural polic [...]
The online publication continues series of articles focusing on major issues facing societies in the [...]
Baha’i Chair for World Peace invites academics and social actors to offer their reflections on the h [...]
The Baha’i National Spiritual Assembly encourages conversations on how social structures and cultura [...]
Design for the Baha’i House of Worship in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been revealed by [...]
The Baha’i Local Spiritual Assembly of Motibasti, Nepal, is developing strategies to mitigate the ec [...]
In a statement by the country’s Baha’i National Spiritual Assembly, spiritual principles are explore [...]
Baha’i-inspired community schools have found creative ways to adapt and continue educational program [...]
Activities on the sites designated for Baha’i temples in Kenya and the DRC are providing a glimpse o [...]
Iranian authorities target at least 77 individuals across the country in recent weeks despite the pr [...]
The Australian Baha’i community encourages an exploration on pressing issues, such as racial and eco [...]
‘Abdu’l-Baha’s call a century ago for universal peace and for the elimination of all forms of prejud [...]
Online conference held by the Baha’i Chair for World Peace examines environmental concerns in the li [...]
Conversations in the series draw on insights from religion to provide new perspectives on challenges [...]
White doves and gray doves associate with each other in perfect friendship. Man draws imaginary lines on the planet and says, “This is a Frenchman, a Musselman, an Italian!” Upon these differences wars are waged. Men are fighting for the possession of the earth. They fight for that which becomes their graves, their cemeteries, their tombs.
In reality all are members of one human family — children of one Heavenly Father. Humanity may be likened unto the vari-colored flowers of one garden. There is unity in diversity. Each sets off and enhances the other’s beauty.
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