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badestuben im mittelalter see Tomorrow is the first day of Ridvan, one of the “Most Great Festivals” in the Baha’i Faith, and which lasts for 12 days. At the Baha’i World Centre, we will celebrate this day at Bahji, where Baha’u’llah was laid to rest. I hope everyone has a wonderful Ridvan.

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  1. metro berlijn routeplanner visit Hi Marcia! Well, the wonderful thing about Baha’i Holy Days is that there are very few traditions or ways to celebrate them, so they can be different around the world.

    kaffee äthiopien sidamo Yesterday they had refreshments (cookies & water) before the program. They set up chairs on the path around the Shrine of Baha’u’llah, had prayers and readings from the Baha’i Writings, and then we circled the Shrine. Afterwards, people chatted, went to the Shrine to pray, or walked around the gardens. I spent the evening with friends…we cooked together and watched movies.

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    http://bestpark.life/2018/08 benjamin walker google My friend Leila has put a beautiful explanation of Ridvan here in Israel (with pictures) here: http://lovefromleila.blogspot.com/2007/04/happy-ridvan-friends.html

  2. I also loved that poem.
    i’ve liked all of them (I’m reading downwards), but I guess it took till now to decide this is the definitive moment to post a comment.