“Although ill health is one of the unavoidable conditions of man, truly it is hard to bear.”
In our junior youth group meeting this week, we studied some quotes concerning consultation. The girls had no trouble coming up with examples to show their understanding…
Recently I asked my friends, “What is the first example you think of for something “pleasant”? This is what they said:
Once returned to the trailhead, the hiker is still the hiker, and the mountain is still the mountain, but after my trek I have memories of the vistas that made my heart soar, the vast expanses that made my soul spread its wings and take flight.
As I think about these real-life applications of wisdom, I understand more concretely Bahá’u’lláh’s admonition, “Fix your gaze upon wisdom in all things, for it is an unfailing antidote.”
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“The ocean of divine wisdom surgeth within this exalted word, while the books of the world cannot contain its inner significance.” ~ Bahá’u’lláh
It was as though the passages danced out of my grasping fingers, as though they had flown away, laughing with depth and warmth at my youthful but sincere search.
I have had the pleasure and blessing recently to study a sacred book called Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh. … I would like a luminous outcome, but I will be content without one, as well, since I am entirely grateful…