Dr. Marisa Franco, psychologist and friendship expert. Author of Platonic: How the Science of Attachment Can Help You Make and Keep Friends. (@DrMarisaGFranco)
Daniel Cox, director of the Survey Center on American Life. Research fellow in polling and public opinion at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). (@dcoxpolls)
“Do not be content with showing friendship in words alone, let your heart burn with loving kindness for all who may cross your path.”
Ruhiyyih Yuille is teaching the above verse to a diverse group of Baha'i community.
The following quote was written by Shoghi Effendi after he “read with the keenest interest and appreciation a copy of that splendid document formulated by the National Committee on inter-racial amity and addressed to all the Spiritual Assemblies throughout the United States and Canada. This moving appeal, so admirable in its conception, so sound and sober in its language, has struck a responsive chord in my heart. Sent forth at a highly opportune moment in the evolution of our sacred Faith, it has served as a potent reminder of these challenging issues which still confront in a peculiar manner the American believers.” It is possible that the document was the compilation of Bahá’í teachings on the subject of race amity, edited by Louis G. Gregory and Mariam Haney, and published by the Committee in 1928.
A story about Abd’ul-Baha after being released from 40 years of imprisonment in Akka, Palestine and was able to receive pilgrims from different parts of the world.
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.