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Promulgation of Universal Peace: Vol. I

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The book "Promulgation of Universal Peace: Vol. I" by Abdu’l-Bahá ‘Abbás is a truly enlightening and inspiring read. Throughout the book, the author shares profound insights and teachings on the importance of unity, peace, and spirituality in the modern world. Abdu’l-Bahá's words are not only thought-provoking but also deeply moving, touching upon themes such as the oneness of humanity, the power of love, and the significance of living a virtuous life.

One of the most striking aspects of this book is the author's ability to convey complex spiritual concepts in a straightforward and accessible manner. His teachings are timeless and universal, offering valuable guidance to readers of all backgrounds and beliefs. The wisdom and compassion that emanate from Abdu’l-Bahá's words are truly inspiring, and readers will find themselves deeply moved by the profound truths he shares.

Overall, "Promulgation of Universal Peace: Vol. I" is a book that has the power to awaken minds and hearts, encouraging readers to reflect on their own beliefs and values. It is a masterful work that challenges us to strive for a better, more harmonious world, and reminds us of the sacred duty we all have to contribute to the betterment of society. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking spiritual enlightenment and a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all humankind.

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“Two years before the crash of world war shook the continents and upheaved oceans,” Howard MacNutt relates. “‘Abdu’l-Bahá ‘Abbás visited the United States of America proclaiming the Glad-Tidings of Universal Peace and the oneness of the world of humanity. In his message he reviewed social, religious and political conditions of the nations, foretold clearly the impending clash and conflict of militarism, summoning mankind to the standard of divine guidance upraised in this cycle of the cycles by the manifestation and teachings of Bahá’u’lláh. His visit extending from April to December 1912 covered an itinerary across the continent and return, involving an extraordinary and incredible expenditure of energy on the part of one who at the threshold of three score years and ten had spent practically his whole lifetime in exile and imprisonment for the cause of God. This treasury of his words is a compilation of informal talks and extempore discourses delivered in Persian and Arabic, interpreted by proficient linguists who accompanied him, and taken stenographically in both Oriental and Occidental tongue. Upon the day of his arrival in New York City he said ‘It is my purpose to set forth in America the fundamental principles of the revelation and teachings of Bahá’u’lláh. It will then become the duty of the Bahá’ís of this country to give these principles unfoldment and application in the minds, hearts and lives of the people.’”

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