Category Archives: Bahjí

Circumambulation of Bahjí- from dawn until dusk

It’s interesting that in three of these quotations we’re told both to ‘hasten forth’ and to ‘circumambulate.’ There seems to be a connection there. It’s instructive, then, that the pebble and rock paths (and other paths of broken red tiles) were put there to slow us down once we get to our destination. Very good life lesson. Continue reading

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Primacy of Bahjí

One of the first thoughts we want to share at the outset of this Web site and blog also happens to be one of the first objectives we had in creating the book and one of the first characteristics of the … Continue reading

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