“Dost thou reckon thyself only a puny form When within thee the universe is folded?”
The Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys, “The Valley of Wonderment”, quoting ‘Alí , p. 34
In his 1968 paper called, Becoming Your True Self; Daniel Jordan writes:
I would like to remind myself of the following thought-provoking passages by Baha’u’llah about human reality. The subject of human relations to one’s own self, to others, and to God deserves a life long reflection. I like to leave you with the following selections:
A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 20 years, specializes in using the Bahá’í Teachings to identify theories, techniques, and approaches that produce the best results for her clients. She is the founder and executive director of the Center for Global Integrated Education, a non-profit Bahá’í-inspired educational organization.