I LIKE THAT Frank and I hosted the Baha’i Feast of Mulk – Dominion, on Sunday, February 6, 2011. We welcomed our friends to the gathering honouring the one Deity as Mulk - Sacred Dominion. Baha'is believe in the oneness of all humanity. We spoke readings that focused on the Feast of Dominion, followed by prayers.
The subtheme was nature, so after the readings, we shared what nature means to us, how it affects our life, and how we use nature to improve our life.
I came to the Baha’i faith in 2004, after years of searching for an avenue to speak directly to God. What a spectacular surprise it was to be introduced to progressive revelation, where mankind honours the spokesman of God and adopts their teachings. The Baha’i faith reveres Christ, Buddha, Zoroaster, Krishna, and other High-Prophets as its greatest leaders.
“Religion should unite all hearts and cause wars and disputes to vanish from the face of the earth, give birth to spirituality, and bring life and light to each heart. If religion becomes a cause of dislike, hatred, division, it were better to be without it,….”`
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