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Abdu’l Baha’s attitude towards his enemies

The following article was published in the Carvaan Magazine last year. My first ever tiny contribution towards the Cause under the banner of Free Baha'i faith. Do let me know what do you think of this. Your feedback / comments would be highly valuable and will help me improve. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________   “This man,” he said to all, “is an imposter. Why do you speak to him? Why do you have dealings with him?” And when he passed the Master on the street, he was careful to hold his robe before his face that his sight might not be defiled. Thus, did this Afghan. The Master, however, did thus: The Afghan was poor and lived in a mosque; he was frequently in need of food and clothing. The Master sent him both. These he accepted, but without thanks. He fell sick. The Master took him a physician, food, medicine, money. These, also, he accepted, but as he held out one hand that the physician might take


أهلاً وسهلاً Welcome to the launch of the new Free Baha'is ME blog and our first ever blog post! I am so excited to share with you MORE of what Free Baha'is believe in! I want to start by telling you why I created this blog, what you will be seeing more of in my posts, and my overall experience of being a Free Baha'i. Why I started this blog? Since I accepted the Free Baha'i faith, my friends in the Free Baha'i Team, who are mainly based in Singapore, Thailand and Canada, asked me to start a blog and work towards spreading the true teachings of Baha'u'llah. And up until a few months ago did I truly know what a “blog” was. I never clicked on blog links, I never understood WHY people wrote blogs, I just thought it was a waste of time to even look into it. WRONG I WAS. After doing much research and making friends with a few other Free Baha'is along the way on the internet, who have been so kind to offer much support and advice, I have become c