On Friday the 13th, an extra ‘thought for the month’ from Thames Valley Baha’i Community . . . taken from The Promulgation of Universal Peace, Pages 194-197: gr4, author ‘Abdu’l-Bahá (US Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1982 second edition): “Such suppositions regarding lucky or unlucky numbers are purely imaginary. The superstition concerning thirteen had its origin in the fact that Jesus Christ was surrounded by twelve disciples … Continue reading On Friday the 13th . . .
For most people in West Berkshire, 21 March won’t anything out of the ordinary. But for the area’s Bahá’í Community, it will be their New Year’s Day. The Bahá’í New Year, also known as Naw-Ruz (which means New Day), coincides with the start of spring and is the year 167 in the Bahá’í calendar, which dates from 1844 (birth of the Bahá’í Faith). Myra Erbenova, a … Continue reading First day of spring heralds a new year
‘Healing’ was the subject for discussion at Thames Valley Bahá’í Community’s ‘Time to Unwind’ prayer and meditation devotional evening on Wednesday 23 March. A new topic is chosen for discussion most Wednesdays. For more details about these activities, please call the West Berkshire’s Bahá’í Community on 07964 676461 or email email@example.com Continue reading A time for healing . . .