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The Story of the Carrot Retold

Tweet The following is written by Suellen Howley, who shared this inspirational story about human rights of the Baha’i children in Iran at the Unit Convention.  At the annual Unit Conventions which occur worldwide, members of the Baha’i communities elect … Continue reading

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Woe for the day when salt goes rotten?

Tweet Today we heard another disturbing news pointing to the on going threat of the rule of ignorance, fear and injustice in Egypt! Did anyone pay attention? The Baha’i children in Egypt curled up once again and pleaded for a … Continue reading

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The difference between mulch and compost

Tweet In our integrated education class, a group of elementary school age children were browsing through my spring garden and learning about the metaphors in nature that teaches us about ourselves, our relationship with others and with the beloved Creator … Continue reading

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Integrated Education Must Include Human Rights

Tweet Human Rights Education Amnesty International believes that learning about human rights is the first step towardrespecting, promoting and defending the rights of all people. Teaching human rights means both conveying ideas and information concerning human rights and nurturing the … Continue reading

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Choir Trip to Ethiopia for Baha’i Diamond Jubilee

Tweet Following is a video Loretta Lau, a dear supporter,  has sent us from her trip to Africa. Her Bahaí Gospel choir group is proud to be part of the circle of unity.

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