In 1967, Mag completed a Master of Arts Degree at George Peabody College in Nashville, majoring in Education and English. For fifteen years, she taught in primary and secondary schools in Nashville. She also
Shamsu’d-Duhá had become friends with the “Leaf of Paradise,” sister to Mullá Husayn, the Bábu’l-Báb. Through that lady she had met Táhirih, Qurratu’l-‘Ayn, and had begun to spend most of her time in
Sisan was one of the truest Baha'is I have ever known, dragged into the faith by his wife. But once there he excelled at mirroring the values and beliefs we all struggle to know.
When on a visit to New York City, Mrs. Lewis devoted her time to spreading the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh. After a lecture, one of the members of the audience who came to speak to
Dr. Darius Shahrokh was a retired physician-surgeon. He was a member of Rochester's first Local Spiritual Assembly in April 1960. He recorded deepening talks. He was well known for his five-year project to record
Tarazu'llah became one of the most distinguished calligraphers of Persia. He records that as soon as he could write well he started to copy Tablets and prayers, and this he continued to do his
When the prison authorities brought the Baha'i prisoners together in February, Tahirih saw her husband for the first time since their arrest. He had been so badly beaten that she could barely recognize him.
When she was asked about her sentence, she said, "Never mind, I am not worried. Whatever happens, I am content with the Will of God."
Eager to assist Shoghi Effendi, Schopflocher helped to subsidize publication of The Bahá’í World, a series of reference volumes on the Bahá’í Faith and its international activities that were prepared under Shoghi Effendi’s supervision
Ahmad was born into a family filled with so much love and purpose. The marriage of his parents proved to be purposeful for his short existence as when his soul departed he gave comfort