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Buy Our New Baha’i-Inspired T-Shirt Designs and Support Baha’i Blog!

The Baha’i Blog team is super excited to announce the sale of this year’s new Baha’i-inspired t-shirt designs! We’ve produced two new designs for adults and two new designs for children, plus we’ve created an assortment of stickers and a tote bag too!

Also, due to popular demand, we’ve brought back our designs from last year, so you can also buy our ‘Created Noble’, ‘Baha’i Blog’, and ‘World Embracing Vision’ t-shirts in all sizes, from onesies for infants, to t-shirts for toddlers, kids, junior youth, and in a men’s cut and a women’s cut.

The team at Baha’i Blog have create these shirts to help us raise funds to keep doing what we’re doing, and to also explore the use of Baha’i-inspired content through the medium of worn apparel. Your support is greatly appreciated!

All of our products include FREE GLOBAL SHIPPING too! So if you’d like a cool Baha’i-inspired t-shirt and also want to help us in our endeavors, then check out our online shop and place your orders now!

These shirts can be great Ayyam-i-Ha gifts too, so if you’re based in the US where shipping will be quicker, we recommend you order right away to receive them in time!

Here are this year’s designs:

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“I Am the Promised One” by Carl Brehmer [Audio Track]

Baha’i Blog’s “Studio Sessions” is an initiative where we invite Baha’is and their friends 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, we’re in Phoenix, Arizona with Carl Brehmer who sings “I Am the Promised One” from the Bab’s address in The Dawn-Breakers. Continue reading

‘Remember My Days’: A New Album by Corinne Padilla McLoughlin

It’s been incredible to witness a flourishing of artistic expressions celebrating the Bicentenary anniversary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah. Corinne Padilla McLoughlin has produced an album entitled Remember My Days. The tracks incorporate elements from various genres including jazz, blues, folk, classical, rock and world music and each song is a heartfelt tribute to Baha’u’llah.

We love to hear how albums come together and Corinne happily shared the learning process and creativity behind Remember My DaysContinue reading

“Family life: Marriage and Relationships and Childhood Education” a Talk by Erica Toussaint-Brock

In this talk given by Erica Toussaint-Brock called “Family life: Marriage and Relationships and Childhood Education”, Ms. Toussaint-Brock shares her thoughts about living a coherent life from the standpoint of building civilization. She looks at the roles of the individual, marriage and family in the spiritualization of mankind and in attaining unity in all human relationships, whether it’s achieving the equality of women and men or increasing the stability of marriages. Continue reading

“Family life: Marriage and Relationships and Childhood Education” a Talk by Erica Toussaint-Brock [AUDIO]

In this talk given by Erica Toussaint-Brock called “Family life: Marriage and Relationships and Childhood Education”, Ms. Toussaint-Brock shares her thoughts about living a coherent life from the standpoint of building civilization. She looks at the roles of the individual, marriage and family in the spiritualization of mankind and in attaining unity in all human relationships, whether it’s achieving the equality of women and men or increasing the stability of marriages. Continue reading

The Web’s Most Joyful Place: SoulPancake | Shabnam Mogharabi

In this talk, produced by Bahaiteachings.orgSoulPancake CEO Shabnam Mogharabi says “Joy is one of the most powerful, overlooked forces on the planet for creating change.” She shares how SoulPancake creates uplifting social media content to change the future, how she believes that SoulPancake’s mission, and the Baha’i teachings about joy, have changed her. Continue reading

Is the Baha’i Faith a “Religion”?

Perhaps you are like me. Perhaps there have been times when you have been asked what the Baha’i Faith is and the minute the word “religion” leaves your lips, your listener becomes apprehensive. Perhaps they reply that religion is an opiate for the masses, that it is an outdated fiction that does not meet the needs of today, that it is the cause of unnecessary bloodshed and war, that religion breeds intolerance for people of other religions, or that faith in something greater than ourselves shouldn’t be organized and administered. In honour of World Religion Day, I thought I’d explore what “religion” means in the context of the Baha’i Writings. Continue reading

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