Seven Valleys

Bahá'u'lláh - 1994
    Written in the mystical tradition of the Sufi poets, this book recounts the odyssey of the human soul as it travels from the world of creation to the sphere of the absolute, its ultimate goal being reunion with God.

The Divine Art of Living: Selections from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, the Bab, and Abdu'l-Baha

Mabel Hyder Paine - 1960
    Addresses such topics as learning how to know, love, and trust God; recognizing the purpose of this life; the importance of daily prayer and meditation; and service to mankind. The Divine Art of Living is a source of inspiration and encouragement towards developing a positive perspective on life.

NDE: They Went To Heaven And Back - Stories of People That Got A Second Chance

Gerard Radcliff - 2017
    Unexplainable mysteries to some, but the people that lived them are 100% certain that they actually happened. And if they did, our current beliefs about life, reincarnation, and what lies beyond death are profoundly challenged. This book bundles the experiences of people around the world. What is striking is the amazing similarities some of these testimonials have: the movement towards a light, and another place that was dark and horrific. A resemblance of, perhaps, a real-world Heaven and Hell? What can I expect to read in this book? Numerous real-world testimonials from real Near Death Experiences People from around the world who shared their life-changing moments Profound changes in the lives of people before and after their NDE moments Carefully selected, 100% real stories from people that claim to have lived an NDE Life After Death? The scientific world knows very little about life after death. Let alone what lies beyond it. But the jaw-dropping experiences of some people makes us think. Is there such a thing as existence after we die? Is there a place of light, and a place of darkness? Could it be that we reincarnate? These are all questions that could be answered through our studies of near death experiences. Reading about NDE's will change your view on life and religion. Perhaps you will change your ways after reading these stories, so you may encounter light in your afterlife... Start reading immediately by clicking the BUY button at the top of this page. Want to start reading for free? Read this book with a Kindle Unlimited Account and pay $0,00.

Release the Sun: The Story of the Bab, Prophet Herald of the Baha'i Faith, and the Extraordinary Time in Which He Lived

William Sears - 1960
    While Christians anticipated the return of Jesus Christ, a wave of expectation swept through Islam that the "Lord of the Age" would soon appear. In Persia, this reached a dramatic climax on May 23, 1844, when a twenty-five-year-old merchant from Shiraz named Siyyid 'Ali-Muhammad, later title "The Bab," announced that He was the bearer of a divine Revelation destined to transform the spiritual life of the human race. Furthermore, He claimed that He was but the Herald of another Messenger, who would soon bring a far greater Revelation that would usher in an age of universal peace. Against a backdrop of wide-scale moral decay in Persian society, this declaration aroused hope and excitement among all classes. The Bab quickly attracted tens of thousands of followers, including influential members of the clergy--and the brutal hand of a fearful government bent on destroying this movement that threatened to rock the established order.

The Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Vol.1: Baghdád: 1853-63

Adib Taherzadeh - 1974
    It is a unique survey of the Writings of Bahá'u'lláh, using both authentic English translations and original sources, that describes the contents of all major works, including many unknown in the West.Volume 1First of four volumes on the Writings of the Founder of the Bahá'í Faith during His forty-year ministry, describing their contents, including much as yet untranslated, with fascinating descriptions of the circumstances of the time and the persons addressed.Vol. 1 covers Bahá'u'lláh's period of exile in Baghdád, 1853-63

The Advent of Divine Justice

Shoghi Effendi - 1990

The Dawn Breakers: Nabil's Narrative

Nabil-i-A'zam - 1962
    A reprint of the 1932 original, and full of wonderful features, this book is a necessity for any serious scholar of Baha'i history. If you desire fullest details, then read this sourcebook on the dramatic events which inaugurated the promised dawn, foretold in all the Sacred Scriptures. Central is the Figure of the Blessed Bab, '...matchless in His meekness, imperturbable in His serenity, magnetic in His utterance...', as it documents the tragic and triumphal events, fueled by a visionary and sacrificial heroism which He alone inspired. Words and events were related first hand, Nabil-i-Azam by many eye-witnesses and participants in this Divinely inspired and short-lived period, which cleaved the clouds of entrenched tradition, and prepared nothing less than the long awaited dawning of the Ancient of Days.

The Secret of Divine Civilization

Abdu'l-Bahá - 1970
    It contains an appealing and universal message inspiring world-mindedness and soliciting the highest human motives and attributes for the establishment of a spiritual society. Written by Abdu'l-Baha in the late nineteenth century as a letter to the rulers and people of Persia, it is still profoundly relevant today as a guide to creating a peaceful and productive world.

Bahá'u'lláh and the New Era: An Introduction to the Bahá'í Faith

J.E. Esslemont - 1949
    He outlines the religion's early history; explains the religion's theology; incorporates extracts from Bahá'í scripture; and provides information on Bahá'í spiritual practices. This is essential reading for students of comparative religion.

The Woman Who Read too Much

Bahíyyih Nakhjavání - 2015
    Some claimed she had been arrested for masterminding the murder of the grand Mullah, her uncle. Others echoed her words, and passed her poems from hand to hand. Everyone spoke of her beauty, and her dazzling intelligence. But most alarming to the Shah and the court was how the poetess could read. As her warnings and predictions became prophecies fulfilled, about the assassination of the Shah, the hanging of the Mayor, and the murder of the Grand Vazir, many wondered whether she was not only reading history but writing it as well. Was she herself guilty of the crimes she was foretelling?Set in the world of the Qajar monarchs, mayors, ministers, and mullahs, this book explores the dangerous and at the same time luminous legacy left by a remarkable person. Bahiyyih Nakhjavani offers a gripping tale that is at once a compelling history of a pioneering woman, a story of nineteenth century Iran told from the street level up, and a work that is universally relevant to our times.

Mixed Emotions, Mountaineering Writings of Greg Child

Greg Child - 1993
    Overwhelming are the loss of friends, the thrill of achievement, and the soul-shattering moments of risk and survival; but it is precisely these experiences that compel him to write and to continue climbing.In Mixed Emotions, Child remembers the mountains, the people, and the episodes that have made him feel his life acutely, including the 1986 K2 tragedy that killed 13 climbers; a near-fatal snakebite in his native Australia; and the loss of climbing partner Pete Thexton. He recalls his associations with world-renowned mountaineers Doug Scott, John Roskelley, Voytek Kurtyka, and Don Whillans. Child also narrates fascinating off-mountain journeys to a secluded Hindu shrine, and the remote, harsh landscape of the Baltoro Glacier, where progress has left its indelible mark.Finally, Child comments on some less tangible aspects of climbing, such as the ghostly presence that accompanies climbers under duress, and the meanings of and inevitable meetings with death.

When the Bough Breaks: Forever After the Death of a Child

Judith R. Bernstein - 1997
    Explaining that parents can never get over the loss of a child, a psychologist and bereaved parent offers strategies by which parents can accept and integrate the effects of trauma into their lives.

Reasonable Doubt

Marcia Argueta Mickelson - 2007
    The only suspect - her fianc???????? - has been apprehended. And as a defense attorney, it is Julia's job to prove that Mick is innocent. Julia believes he is guilty. No stranger to the crimes that men commit against women, Julia can easily believe that rich, talented, spoiled Mick did indeed kill Avery. Both were basketball stars at the University of Utah, and both were popular; yet everyone - except Mick's family and Julia's boss - believes that Mick is the murderer. As the evidence against Mick mounts, Julia stumbles across a secret Avery had kept hidden from everyone, even Mick. Julia realizes that perhaps she may have more than just reasonable doubt to support Mick's case - if she can face her past and reveal her own secret. Meanwhile, Pablo, Julia's new co-counsel, becomes convinced that Mick did not murder Avery, but can he convince Julia? Guilty or innocent? With Pablo's help, Julia may be able to overcome her own fears and uncover the truth.

The Worst Loss: How Families Heal from the Death of a Child

Barbara D. Rosof - 1994
    The Worst Loss will help families who have experienced this to know what they are facing, understand what they are feeling, and appreciate their own needs and timetables.

How to Survive the Loss of a Parent

Lois F. Akner - 1993
    They're surprised at the complex feelings of love, loss, anger, and guilt, and at the unresolved issues that emerge. Therapist Lois Akner explains why the loss of a parent is different from other losses and, using examples from her experience, shows how it is possible to work through the grief.Anyone who is going through or trying to prepare for this natural, normal, inevitable loss will find How to Survive the Loss of a Parent a powerful, healing message.