The topic of this talk is – The life of Abdu’l-Baha has been presented in countless books, news articles, and films over the past 150 years. He is recognized as a transformational leader all over the world, by members of every religion. As we approach the Centenary of his passing, the interest in his ethics, […] Read More

Cancer prevention – Spiritual Insight into our Physical Life!

Author and professor emeritus Dr. Hushidar Motlagh will present about health issues and spirituality, with a focus on cancer. In particular, he will answer the questions: Why did I have cancer? How did I recover? How can we prevent cancer? The central themes of his presentations include resolving the puzzle of creation, the joy and […] Read More

Baha’i Faith: The Basics

Bahá’í Faith: The Basics provides a thorough and accessible introduction to a fascinating, independent world religion. Examining its historical development, current “community-building” efforts, and the social contributions of the Bahá’í Faith in the world today, this introduction covers:Beliefs: Bahá’í spiritual teachings.Principles: Bahá’í social teachings.History: Bahá’u’lláh and his covenant.Scripture: Bahá’í sacred texts and inspired guidance.Institutions: The […] Read More

Mr. Bruce Koerber

Bruce Koerber is an economist in the classical liberalism tradition. Bruce became a Baha’i in 1977 and went homefront pioneering shortly afterwards. This eventually led him to Auburn, Alabama where, providentially, he studied economics shortly after the Ludwig von Mises Institute made its home in Auburn, making it the world center for Austrian economics. Bruce […] Read More

Ms. Violetta Zein

Violetta’s family has pioneered in Africa for two generations, first her grandparents to Spanish Morocco during the Ten-Year Crusade, and her parents following suit by pioneering in Central Africa since 1981. After her undergraduate degree in International Relations, Violetta served and then traveled throughout Africa before serving at the Bahá’í World Centre for two and […] Read More

Nabil Khodadad

Nabil L. Khodadad is a lawyer based in London and is a partner in an international law firm.  Read More

God-made Fasting vs Man-made fasting

Fasting has become very popular in the natural health movement over the past few years. Water fasting, fasting from carbs (Keto), juice fasting, intermittent dry fasting, etc. In this presentation, Nabil will be sharing a few ways in which Divinely designed fasting is far superior to man-made fasts, particularly in what regards to safety and healing. Read More

Ocean Reader

Ocean is a custom eBook reader designed for exploration and study of the sacred literature of the world’s religious traditions. It provides a simple cross-platform reading experience with an immersive audio-integrated reading experience and useful study and research tools.1. Ocean 2.0 Interfaith Library: oceanlibrary.com2. WholeReader: wholereader.com3. Ocean and DB-Challenge Announcement list: badasht.org4. My website: sacred-traditions.orgSpeaker […] Read More

Harlem prep- a BAHÁ’Í inspired school and solution to the racial injustice

The presentation is based on the book “A Way Out of No Way – Harlem Prep: Transforming Dropouts Into Scholars 1967-1977”, which offers a first-hand account of a unique school, that attracted the attention and support of educators in New York City and beyond for its innovative educational philosophy and process inspired by the Baha’i […] Read More

What Is Race? What Is Racism? A Discussion.

The Principle of Racial UnityThe principles of racial equality and racial unity are central to the Baha’i­ teachings. Baha’i­s are working to establish a world civilization, guided by the underlying principles of the oneness of mankind and of the attainment of unity in diversity. In consequence of this belief, Baha’i­s recognize the equality of all […] Read More