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Race Unity: A Prerequisite to American and Global Progress.

Ms. Monique Stevens will discuss the Bahai perspective on race unity as it relates to the oneness of humanity and the Bahai goal of carrying forward an “ever advancing civilization.” Read More

Baha’i Explorations

Exploration – is the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it. We hope you will enjoy the mix of speakers and the variety of topics discussed every Sunday here at www.clearwaterbahais.org. “He is a true Baha’i who strives by day and by night to progress along the path of […] Read More

White American Bahá’ís role in bringing about racial justice/unity.

This has been a very challenging year for the United States. We have battled a global pandemic that has taken the lives of almost 200,000 Americans. At the same time, we have come to a point of reckoning as it relates to race relations in our country ever since the killing of George Floyd. Since […] Read More

The new school is the microschool

In 2008 Jaime’s focus began to shift from teaching adults to the education of children. Her long-held volunteer services include serving as a Board Director for FloridaCharacter.org, a state leader character development education, and the animation of Jr. Youth Groups. Her dedication to service and rapport with community children lead to the organic development of […] Read More

A JOURNEY TO EXPLORE THE ANISA MODEL OF EDUCATION

For years, people in the teaching profession have been satisfied with thinking of the curriculum as merely the listing of courses offered by the school. This is understandable since traditional education has been almost entirely organized around the presentation of factual information with the expectation that a reasonable amount of that information would be retained […] Read More

Donald Streets

Dr. Donald Streets, was an Assistant Professor at the Center for the Study of Human Potential at the University of Massachusetts, serving as the associate director of the “ANISA Project”. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Indiana University and an M.A. in school administration from Notre Dame. He received his doctorate […] Read More

“Freedom is… but freedom is not…”

The purpose of this presentation is to explore the philosophical implications of this concept from a Baha’i point of view. The following summary is extracted from, Finding Freedom from Fear in the Baha’i Faith, to see the full article, or to find similar articles related to this subject please visit www.bahaiteachings.org for more information. We […] Read More

Socioeconomics

THOSE WHO CANNOT LEARN FROM HISTORY ARE DOOMED TO REPEAT IT.Socialism, Capitalism, and their impact on Politics. The U.S. political polarization and other such conflicting governmental and economic systems created by mankind do not actually solve the major world problems, the reason for this is that they do not take into account the spiritual components […] Read More

Breathing Together: Building Race Unity Every Day

The following summary is extracted from Race Unity: It’s In Our DNA to see the full article, or to find similar articles related to this subject please visit www.bahaiteachings.org for more information.DNA has changed how we should see ourselves in relation to each other, and what we think of as home. Now we can actually […] Read More

The Coming of the Gory

The Coming of the Gory: How the groundwork was laid for Bahá’u’lláh, from Göbekli Tepe to David. It starts with the divinely inspired, the Paleolithic temple site of Göbekli Tepe (9600 to 7000s BCE) and animism, then goes through the Neolithic phase with a tiered cosmos, to the Prophet Adam and Mesopotamia with its explosion […] Read More