Istijlál, 10 Mashíyyat (Will), 179 B.E


An amazing, colorful sunrise started the day:


Transferred ownership of our old Toyota Corolla to our son. His van broke down recently and he welcomed a functional set of wheels. It’s satisfying on many levels to see our vehicle investment continuing to pay off for the family. Besides, I’m eager to see what adventures he has in it!

Updated the “How’s The Weather?” Letter page on Greener Acres Value Network News. Specifically, I added a page translated into Hindi

I reviewed Philip Lloyd’s summary of “We Will Change The World One Person At A Time” (WWCTWOPAAT) initiative. It is now in two parts: the principles; and second, Phil’s “solution” if he applied those principles. Below is my take on the principles.

  1. Basic needs are fundamental human rights. They must always be available to every citizen on the planet. “Leave no one behind.
  2. The reason to get up in the morning is to render service to humanity
    • Meaningful work for everyone
    • Universal participation in a local-to-global governance system
    • Co-production within a Core Economy to deliver basic needs to all.
    • Management of limits within a Monetary Economy.
    • Global communication networks that connect people and communities everywhere.

OK. This inspires me to write more about the interplay between the Core Economy and the Monetary Economy. Thanks, Phil!


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My highest hope and desire is that the strongest and most indissoluble bond shall be established between the American nation and the people of the Orient. This is my prayer to God. May the day come when through divine and spiritual activity in the human world the religions shall be reconciled and all races of mankind come together in unity and love. Fifty years ago Bahá’u’lláh proclaimed the peace of the nations and oneness of the divine religions, addressing His words to all the kings and rulers of the world in specific Tablets. Therefore, my supreme desire is the unity of the East and West, universal peace and the oneness of the world of humanity. 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, 342. [] [return]