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The Power of Our Thoughts

The Power of Our Thoughts

It is often said that our thoughts shape our reality, and that what we think, we become. But is there really a link between our thoughts and our reality?

Does meditating on visions of future success, for example, really do anything to address the very real obstacles that you face in your daily life?

Some people are firm believers that positive thinking works wonders, while others are more skeptical. Continue reading

The Instagram’ed Photographic Works of Lady Lugsch-Tehle

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Artist, photographer and NineteenMonths contributor, Lindsey Lugsch-Tehle currently resides in the US and is pursuing a masters degree in Interfaith Action. As an avid traveller, her Instagram account is a source of inspiring images from around the world, including some beautiful images of the Holy Land. We caught up with Lindsey to ask her a few questions and to showcase some of her lovely works! Be sure to follow her on Instagram and 500px! Continue reading

“Spreading The Light” by Reza Mostmand

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Baha’i Blog’s “Studio Sessions” is an initiative where we invite Baha’is from around the world to come into a studio and share the Baha’i Writings put to music.

In this Baha’i Blog Studio Session, Reza Mostmand sings “Spreading The Light” in Arabic, based on a prayer by Abdu’l-Baha. An authorized translation of this prayer in English is not yet available. Continue reading

“Spreading The Light” by Reza Mostmand [Audio Track]

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Baha’i Blog’s “Studio Sessions” is an initiative where we invite Baha’is from around the world to come into a studio and share the Baha’i Writings put to music.

In this Baha’i Blog Studio Session, Reza Mostmand sings “Spreading The Light” in Arabic, based on a prayer by Abdu’l-Baha. An authorized translation of this prayer in English is not yet available. Continue reading

Blessed: The Music of Klare Kuolga

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Born in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea and raised by adopted parents in Australia, Klare Kuolga was blessed with having the privilege of belonging to two distinct cultures, both of which music played an important role.

Klare is an old friend of mine, and I just found out that she’s just released a new EP called “Blessed”, so I decided to catch up with her and interview her on Baha’i Blog: Continue reading

Different Religions, Same Golden Rule

Different Religions Same Golden Rule

While it is often easy to focus on the differences between the various religions of the world, there are definitely many similarities which unfortunately often get overlooked. Beyond the many similarities relating to customs and rituals, such as fasting and prayer, many of these similarities are based on what could be classified as the “core values”, or the “essence” of these religions, rather than the “details”.

These similarities are very evident in the teachings of these different religions when it comes to the subject of how we should treat others, so I thought it would be interesting to list the “Golden Rule” of what each religion says about how we should treat others. Here’s just one quote from a short selection of major world religions in alphabetical order: Continue reading