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‘. . . a child who has lost his parents . . .’

16/09/2010

Welcome to Thames Valley Bahai Community’s regular ‘thought for the month’ Bahai webpost.

Each thought is taken from the Bahai Reference Library.

Here’s September’s ‘thought for the month’“There are many things which will, if neglected, be wasted, and come to nothing. How often in this world do we see a child who has lost his parents and who, unless attention be devoted to his education and training, can produce no fruit. And better off dead than alive is he who produceth no fruit. . . .” (From a Tablet – translated from the Persian) [11]

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