The Hidden Words of Bahá'u'lláh


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The Hidden Words of Bahá'u'lláh

The Hidden Words of Bah u ll h Containing the essence of wisdom of the world religion s past prophets this unusual and inspiring collection of spiritual teaching will appeal to people of all religions

  • Title: The Hidden Words of Bahá'u'lláh
  • Author: Bahá'u'lláh
  • ISBN: 9781851683499
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • Containing the essence of wisdom of the world religion s past prophets, this unusual and inspiring collection of spiritual teaching will appeal to people of all religions.

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    1. Justice on said:

      If I could only read one book for the rest of my life, this would be it. It claims to be the essence of all Divinely revealed truth "clothed in the garment of brevity." Whether you believe that or not, you will find comfort, insight and guidance that rises above the level of intellect, theology and dogma to speak directly to your soul. It is the modern equivalent of the Psalms, Proverbs and the Beatitudes rolled into one. Meditating on it will make you feel better, and help you become a better p [...]

    2. Tricia Hague-Blackford on said:

      This book is a handbook for life. You need no other book at all. This Holy Book is a worthwhile companion to be carried with you at all times. It teaches how us how to live a worthy life of service to mankind. Well worth a read, and meditation. These small verses have been sung, chanted, read, and quoted by many diverse people of different backgrounds.

    3. Kobina Fynn on said:

      Wonderful, inspiring book by the Founder of the Baha'i Faith; divine Scripture. It is above rating.

    4. Joseph on said:

      Very interesting. Like the Bible met philosophy 101. Still mulling this one over.

    5. Brian on said:

      This small book was one of the two works of actual Baha'i scripture, set down by the founder of the Baha'i Faith, Baha'u'llah, which showed me a brief, if profound, sample of the spirit and wisdom this Faith is founded on.This book as well at "Gleanings From the Writings of Baha'u'llah" gave me an accurate overview of the spiritual writings. If you want to investigate truth for yourself,(a fundamental Baha'i principle), look at the scriptures of a religion to find out what the founder was about, [...]

    6. Jonathan Widell on said:

      The Hidden Words consists of short utterances written by Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith. I guess this is not the place to even begin to analyze the text. I can only describe the experience by using adjectives such as sublime, majestic, resplendent, exalted and so on.

    7. Robin Friedman on said:

      A Baha'i Religious TextI have had a long curiosity about the Baha'i Faith and its teachings of the universal nature of religion, the unity of human beings, and the imperative of tolerating and respecting beliefs different from one's own. I have always been intrigued by how these teachings of universalism and the essential unity of all religions can fit within the confines of an individual, independent religion, the Baha'i Faith, with its own teachings and texts. Thus, I was pleased to have the o [...]

    8. Stosch on said:

      short book, would be better without the thy, thine, thee, thou olde english vernacular. very repetitive. god is amazing, seek god, be one with this omnipotent god and everything will be hunky dorry not a good book. ill give his other books a chance though. i personally dont believe in a god like this, to me this just seems like self esteem training, be one with god and youll get what u want or bear tragedies because they arent tragedies at all and its actually mercy, i do kinda like that part, t [...]

    9. Rebecca Strouse on said:

      Mystical Writings exploring the relationship between God and man, Baha'u'llah Himself states that it is the inner essence of what was revealed to the Prophets of old and clothed in the garment of brevity. Composed as He walked along the banks of the Tigris River in Bagdad it is a great source of inspiration for meditation on man's struggle to follow a spiritual path inthis worldly realm.

    10. Brian Denton on said:

      Bite-sized distillations of the spiritual teachings of the world's religions presented in the elevated, lofty language that the Bahai'i scriptures translated into English are well known for. Perfect for daily meditations if you're into that sort of thing. Nice edition too. Love the cover art.

    11. Jean-marie Nau on said:

      inspiring, uplifting, powerful, suitable for daily reading

    12. Sarah on said:

      A great book to read, morning and night. I like to read one Hidden Word in the morning, contemplate it and attempt to apply it each day.Copies can be found at Baha'i centers or Houses of Worship. They can also be purchased for a little over $5, $22 and $11, respectively at the US Baha'i Publishing Trust. (There are publishing trusts in other countries as well)haibookstore/producthaibookstore/producthaibookstore/product

    13. Nick on said:

      Not a fan. It just doesn't have much to offer me. The vision of God here is very anthropomorphic and Abrahamic in the way he speaks about himself, demanding love and worship, issuing pompous commands etc and claiming to be distinct and apart from the universe. It doesnt have the passion and love of Sufi poetry, nor the high intellectual mysticism of the Upanishads. It reads to me like a bunch of bland Unitarian aphorisms. There are a few good lines here and there, but mostly its just highly dual [...]

    14. Josh on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It details a vital piece of U.S. military history one it which the NAjao culture and the U.S. Government war machine cooperated and excelled. If only all Indian and US history was such a success. As a service-member I enjoyed the book. As a New Mexican I enjoyed the book and understood his descriptions of the landscape.If you are a fan of military history, or native culture or biographies this will be an educational and enjoyable book.

    15. Diana Bliss on said:

      I have listed Hidden Words as 'to read' even though I've read it so many times I've lost count. The simple truth is that no matter how many times we read these truths we always learn something new. The Hidden Words is an essential part of my growth as a human being and as a Baha'i.

    16. Ian on said:

      A collection of aphorisms by the Persian religious leader Baha'u'llah. Many of them are quite lovely and resonate very well with the teachings of Jesus; others are more obscure and mysterious in their import.

    17. Omid Mankoo on said:

      Meet your Lord, and see what he has to say in thse revelatory words of wisdom. You cannot help but be uplifted, soothed and felt secure in its exposition.

    18. John White on said:

      Beautiful. Everything that comes from the pen of Baha'u'llah is beautiful.

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