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Sir Abbas Effendi 'Abdu'l-Baha

British and the Baha'i Faith

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Memories of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
From the book entitled
"Memories of Nine Years in Akká" 
By Dr. Youness Afroukhteh 
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“100 years ago Abdul-Bahá travelled to the West” Blog  Click here




An hour-long abridged account of the 1907 Baha'i pilgrimage of American Thornton Chase, regarded as the first steadfast believer in the West. Extracted from the full recording of Mr. Chase's booklet, “In Galilee,” made by Nicholas James Bridgewater of London for, where the full account can be freely downloaded. All music is made available via an Attribution Creative Commons licensing arrangement; if sharing further, please respect the artists' wish to have their work acknowledged by maintaining all attribution data with the links and files.

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Some teaching stories by: George Dannells.

This story illustrates how easily and simply a person can go to a park, or to a university campus (with permission from the school authority or sponsored by Baha’i Club), or to any other public place and set up a chair and a simple sign and do direct teaching. 

Some young Bahá’ís can volunteer to drive some of the older volunteers who are sitting at home to those locations, especially if it is for sitting at some campuses. Older folks on college campuses will be noticed more and thereby attract the attention of interested students and younger people who are open and searching. Read the Story





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