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Bahá'í Chronicles

We simply want to provide direct access to the heroes and heroines who have recognized and served the Bahá’í Faith and mankind. Our hope in sharing these stories is to offer enlightenment, respect and a wholehearted appreciation for the Gift.

William Mmutle Masehla M Stories

William Mmutle Masehla

A shining event in William’s life was the dedication of the Kampala Temple which he was ‘privileged to attend in January 1961. He remarked of it, ‘What a joy it is to be amidst

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Albert Schwarz S Stories

Albert Schwarz

Mr. Schwarz was a Disciple of ‘Abdu’l-Baha. He and his wife Alice Schwarz-Solivo had the great bounty to enter into the Circle of Light of Abdu’l-Baha in the year 1913. Mr. and Mrs. Schwarz

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Adelaide Sharpe aka Adelaide Sharp S Stories

Adelaide Sharpe aka Adelaide Sharp

Adelaide Sharpe stayed on in Persia on the Guardian's advice and gradually organized classes for boys as well as girls to study writings in English such as Baha'i Administration, The Promised Day is Come,

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Harold Collis Featherstone F Stories

Harold Collis Featherstone

In October 1957 he was appointed a Hand of the Cause of God by Shoghi Effendi. From 1957 Featherstone maintained an 18-member Auxiliary Board (nine for propagation, nine for protection), spread throughout the Pacific,

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Dr. Zíá Bagdádí B Stories

Dr. Zíá Bagdádí

"At my birth, Baha'u'llah named me 'Zia' (Light) and gave me the Turkish title 'Effendi.' But on my first visit to Him, when He inquired about my health, I replied in Arabic 'Mabsoot' (I

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Hartmut Grossmann G Stories

Hartmut Grossmann

Mr. Hartmutt Grossmann was the son of the Hand of the Cause of God, Dr. Hermann Grossmann. His mother and grandmother were both Bahá’ís.

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Albert R. Windust Stories Uncategorized W

Albert R. Windust

At the age of fourteen Albert became an apprentice in the printing firm where his father worked. The following November his mother died. His interest in nature awakened a desire to draw, and he

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