Quote of the Month

“Many and divers are the setbacks and reverses which this nation, extolled so highly by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, and occupying at present so unique a position among its fellow nations, must, alas, suffer. The road leading to its destiny is long, thorny and tortuous. The impact of various forces upon the structure and polity of that nation…

Reflection: Why Saying ‘I’m Not Racist’ is Not Enough

This Reflection features an article from Baha’iteachings.org by Cynthia Barnes-Slater, a Baha’i from the Wilmette, IL area. In her article, Cynthia warns that “Actively unlearning racism requires challenging personal ‘I’m not racist’ mantras.” and cites an essential teaching of the Baha’i Faith: The Baha’i Writings ask us to be “anxiously concerned with the needs of the age…

Reflections

To remind us that we are not alone and our community is not alone during this time of testing, here are voices of Baha’is from around the nation and the globe to bring us uplifting ideas to reflect upon. These entries are from BahaiTeachings.org.