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Reflections on the Coronavirus and the Oneness of Humanity

I wrote this post for BahaiTeachings.org on March 4, 2020, before any lockdowns were declared, but hoarding was beginning. Since the publication of this article, it’s been shared and read hundreds of thousands of times (or more?), particularly in the early days as implications of pandemic were dawning on residents outside of China and Italy.…

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Talking to My Children About Injustice, Praying About it, and the Trial for 7 Innocents in Tehran

Once school started the first week of January, everyone’s schedules kicked into high gear.  But something stopped my family in our tracks last week, and each day for the last few, we found time to get together to pray, beseech, contemplate and think beyond our immediate circumstances.  In spite of the busy-ness, we acknowledged so…

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