“['Abdu'l-Baha] demonstrated by word and deed such compassion and generosity that hearts were utterly transformed.” — Universal House of Justice, Ridvan 2010
When the ground is shaking below them, people look for something to hold on to.
Something to believe in, something that can make their — and others’ — lives better. From someone they trust.
In a word, hope.
Baha’is have that and share it freely. Whether in chance encounters or purposeful visits. In the neighborhood, at work or in the home.
As these stories of compassion, generosity and love show. Centered on:
And as trust grows, they often get the opportunity to share more of Baha’u'llah’s vision for humanity and begin to work alongside those who are attracted by it to build community.
Now that’s something people can really hold on to — and help make the shaking stop.