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The wisdom of The Tablets of Bahullh

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T he word of God which the Supreme Pen hath recorded on the seventh leaf of the Most Exalted Paradise is this: O ye men of wisdom among nations! Shut your eyes to estrangement, then fix your gaze upon unity. Cleave tenaciously unto that which will lead to the well-being and tranquillity of all mankind. This span of earth is but one homeland and one habitation. It behoveth you to abandon vainglory which causeth alienation and to set your hearts on whatever will ensure harmony. In the estimation of the people of Bah man's glory lieth in his knowledge, his upright conduct, his praiseworthy character, his wisdom, and not in his nationality or rank.


quote 8634  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahullh Revealed After the Kitb-i-Aqdas, p. 6768 




I n this Day the secrets of the earth are laid bare before the eyes of men. The pages of swiftly-appearing newspapers are indeed the mirror of the world. They reflect the deeds and pursuits of divers peoples and kindreds. They both reflect them and make them known. They are a mirror endowed with hearing, sight and speech. This is an amazing and potent phenomenon. However, it behoveth the writers thereof to be purged from the promptings of evil passions and desires and to be attired with the raiment of justice and equity. They should enquire into situations as much as possible and ascertain the facts, then set them down in writing.


quote 8633  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahullh Revealed After the Kitb-i-Aqdas, p. 3940 




C oncerneth trustworthiness. Verily it is the door of security for all that dwell on earth and a token of glory on the part of the All-Merciful. He who partaketh thereof hath indeed partaken of the treasures of wealth and prosperity. Trustworthiness is the greatest portal leading unto the tranquillity and security of the people. In truth the stability of every affair hath depended and doth depend upon it. All the domains of power, of grandeur and of wealth are illumined by its light. Tablets of


quote 8632  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahullh Revealed After the Kitb-i-Aqdas, p. 37 




T his Wronged One exhorteth the peoples of the world to observe tolerance and righteousness, which are two lights amidst the darkness of the world and two educators for the edification of mankind. Happy are they who have attained thereto and woe betide the heedless.


quote 8631  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahullh Revealed After the Kitb-i-Aqdas, p. 36 




D efile not your tongues with the cursing and reviling of any soul, and guard your eyes against that which is not seemly. Set forth that which ye possess.


quote 8630  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahullh Revealed After the Kitb-i-Aqdas, p. 129 




B e united in counsel, be one in thought. . . . and cling unto that which profiteth mankind, whether young or old, whether high or low.


quote 7538  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahaullah revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas, chap. 9: Lawh. -i-H. ikmat (Tablet of Wisdom) 




Y ou are all the leaves of one tree and the drops of one ocean.


quote 7528  |   The Tablets of Bahullh
Tablets of Bahaullah revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas, chap. 8: Ishraqat (Splendors) 




S ay, O followers of the Son! [Jesus] Have ye shut out yourselves from Me by reason of My Name? Wherefore ponder ye not in your hearts? Day and night ye have been calling upon your Lord, the Omnipotent, but when He came from the heaven of eternity in His great glory, ye turned aside from Him and remained sunk in heedlessness.


quote 4931  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




I t behoveth the sovereigns of the world -- may God assist them -- or the ministers of the earth to take counsel together and to adopt one of the existing languages or a new one to be taught to children in schools throughout the world, and likewise one script.


quote 4930  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




W e have formerly ordained that people should converse in two languages, yet efforts must be made to reduce them to one, likewise the scripts of the world, that mens lives may not be dissipated and wasted in learning diverse languages. Thus the whole earth would come to be regarded as one city and one land.


quote 4929  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




B lessed is he who preferreth his brother before himself.


quote 4928  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




L anguages must be reduced to one common language to be taught in all the schools of the world.


quote 4927  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




Y e are all the leaves of one tree and the drops of one ocean.


quote 4926  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




T he religion of God and His divine law are the most potent instruments and the surest of all means for the dawning of the light of unity amongst men.


quote 4925  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




T he purpose of religion as revealed from the heaven of Gods holy Will is to establish unity and concord amongst the peoples of the world; make it not the cause of dissension and strife.


quote 4924  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




T he progress of the world, the development of nations, the tranquillity of peoples, and the peace of all who dwell on earth are among the principles and ordinances of God.


quote 4923  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




R eligion bestoweth upon man the most precious of all gifts, offereth the cup of prosperity, imparteth eternal life, and showereth imperishable benefits upon mankind.


quote 4922  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




L et your eye be chaste, your hand faithful, your tongue truthful and your heart enlightened.


quote 4921  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




G lory not in love for your country, but in love for all mankind.


quote 4920  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




T he essence of religion is to testify unto that which the Lord hath revealed, and follow that which He hath ordained in His mighty Book.


quote 4919  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




T he day is approaching when all the peoples of the world will have adopted one universal language and one common script. When this is achieved, to whatsoever city a man may journey, it shall be as if he were entering his own home.


quote 4918  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




I t is incumbent upon all nations to appoint some men of understanding and erudition to convene a gathering and through joint consultation choose one language from among the varied existing languages, or create a new one, to be taught to the children in all the schools of the world.


quote 4917  |   The Tablets of Bahullh




O ye that dwell on earth! The religion of God is for love and unity; make it not the cause of enmity or dissension.


quote 4916  |   The Tablets of Bahullh



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