Food For All


by Kathleen Kettler Lehman

In an increasingly crowded world, agriculture and food production are important issues. The Baha'i Writings and the examples of Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'l-Baha support simplicity in diet, both for personal health and in ensuring that all have enough to eat.

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My Pilgrimage


by Johnson Maxey

Bahá'ís are enjoined to undertake a pilgrimage to the Bahá'í holy places once in their lives, finances permiting. Johnson Maxey recently sent us this account of his pilgrimage experience.

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Book Reviews

Pathways to Transformation


by Ron Price

The other day I came across a Bahá'í book which after an hour or so of perusing I realised I had a gem of usefulness in my hands. For years I had been looking for a replacement for Esselmont's Bahá'u'lláh and the New Era.

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Take My Love to the Friends


by Dale E. Lehman

In her biography of Canadian Bahá'í Laura R. Davis, author Marlene Macke gives us a well-researched and very readable look at the development of the Faith in Canada and the key figures that carried forward that development.

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