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Baha’is have an outward orientation. The following quote provides insight on how Baha’is define “Faith”…

Although a person of good deeds is acceptable at the Threshold of the Almighty, yet it is first “to know,” and then “to do.” Although a blind man produceth a most wonderful and exquisite art, yet he is deprived of seeing it. Consider how most animals labor for man, draw loads and facilitate travel; yet, as they are ignorant, they receive no reward for this toil and labor. The cloud raineth, roses and hyacinths grow; the plain and meadow, the garden and trees become green and blossom; yet they do not realize the results and outcome of all these. The lamp is lighted, but as it hath not a conscious knowledge of itself, no one hath become glad because of it. Moreover, a soul of excellent deeds and good manners will undoubtedly advance from whatever horizon he beholdeth the lights radiating. Herein lies the difference: By faith is meant, first, conscious knowledge, and second, the practice of good deeds.

(‘Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith, p. 382-383)

So belief and action, being and doing, personal salvation and the betterment of the world all go hand in hand – and are ultimately the source of purpose in our lives. We hope you will join us in our endeavors to assist in the transformation and betterment of society.

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