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Stories for Humanity and Human Rights

Tweet There is nothing like a story to capture every corner of human imagination. When we hear a story, we are not just listening, we take our place on the stage and become one of the characters and experience the … Continue reading

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Meta Cognitive Benefits of Spiritual Thought Patterns and Human Rights

Tweet When I listen to the discourse in the media about human rights violations or support, I often see people falling into the mind trap of competition of whose human rights is more important than others!! “Why are you defending your little … Continue reading

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A look at whatever is left of the brain of those who cannot love

Tweet As a Cognitive Behavioral psychotherapist I really appreciates the research on the impact of positive and negative thoughts on human brain. Also, I am grateful for the wealth of knowledge and wisdom on how religion can be and must … Continue reading

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Chinese Fireside

Tweet This is our first Drawing Circle of Unity Event! People from all ages were there and were so excited to let the Baha’i children in Iran know how much they love them. What kind of a picture would you … Continue reading

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Drawing the Circle of Unity

Tweet Some of you who have seen our tab at the top of this page labeled “Draw the Circle of Unity” must be wondering exactly how this entire project got started.   Recently the Iranian government published the addresses of Iranian Baha’is … Continue reading

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