As Chief Joseph deepened his understanding of the Faith he shared with all that came to learn, and group after group accepted the new Faith. Other chiefs from neighboring villages and even nearby islands
During the nineteen days that he remained there he drank his fill from the life-giving draught of the presence of the Master and on daily basis paid homage to the Sacred Shrine of Baha’u’llah.
Siyyid Mirza Husayn-i-Mutavalli was the recipient of the Tablet Shikkar-Shikan-Shavand. This man was a Babi who had been with 300 others under the leadership of Quddus at the Tabarsi fort, where they were attacked
At one point, after her interrogators could not convince her with arguments, they began abusing the Faith with foul language. She started to cry and told them, "Whether you accept it or not, I
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
In December 1953, when Mr. Khazeh returned from one of his two-month teaching trips he was awakened at four o'clock in the morning by three Baha'i friends who wanted to congratulate him. Greatly astonished,
Abbas Behrooz started a Medical Clinic in the southern part of Tehran to help its underprivileged residents. Meanwhile, he joined a core group of medical professionals, organized by Dr. Farhangi, who regularly visited villages
She often said something to this effect: Nothing worth knowing is attained without labor, tremendous effort, and undivided attention. She always felt sure that she was to go forth to service and that her
In the afternoons he would take his samovar, wrap it in a dark-colored pouch made from a saddlebag, and go off somewhere to a garden or meadow, or out in a field, and have
It was the first time in the history of the Baha'i Faith that an attack on one of its members had been dealt with justly.