Jalál, 10 Jamál (Beauty), 179 B.E


Getting ready for tomorrow …

Shhh… Don’t tell her!


In yesterday’s post I mentioned developing a three step process whereby people could use a simple framework to design / evaluate social change strategies and apply as a rudimentary news aggregator algorithm. The first step was to “introduce the principles suggested by the framework and related quotes included in “239 Days” and “Daily Log.”

To get started, below is a screen shot of a MindNode diagram that highlights some of the key points taken from a talk given by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá on May 7, 1912 at the Hotel Schenley in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and referenced in “239 Days.” (To read the complete text, see the “Quoted” section below).

The “standard of the oneness of the world of humanity” feeds directly into the first slide in the presentation “Let Your Vision Be World-Embracing” first introduced to “Daily Log” in the post for April 8.

“Oneness” in the upper right-hand corner becomes the “world-embracing vision” or “purpose of the glorious Lord” that commands our attention throughout our lifetimes in this physical existence.

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The second principle or teaching of Bahá’u’lláh is the proclamation of the oneness of the world of humanity—that all are servants of God and belong to one family; that God has created all and, therefore, His bestowals are universal; and that His providence, training, sustenance and loving-kindness surround all mankind.

This is the divine policy, and it is impossible for man to lay the foundation of a better plan and policy than that which God has instituted. Therefore, we must recognize and assist the purpose of the glorious Lord. Inasmuch as God is kind and loving to all, why should we be unkind? As this human world is one household, why should its members be occupied with animosity and contention? Therefore, humanity must be looked upon with the eye of equal estimate and in the same attitude of love. The noblest of men is he who serves humankind, and he is nearest the threshold of God who is the least of His servants. The glory and majesty of man are dependent upon his servitude to his fellow creatures and not upon the exercise of hostility and hatred. 1

  1. ʻAbduʼl-Bahá. The Promulgation of Universal Peace: Talks Delivered by ʻAbduʼl-Bahá during His Visit to the United States and Canada in 1912. Edited by Howard MacNutt. 2nd ed. Wilmette, Ill: Baháʼí Publishing Trust, 1982, 106-107. https://www.bahai.org/library/authoritative-texts/abdul-baha/promulgation-universal-peace/7#489305200 [return]