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Message to the Indian and Eskimo Bahá'ís of the Western Hemisphere

 
AuthorRuhiyyih (Mary Maxwell) Khanum
 
Title of item
Message to the Indian and Eskimo Bahá'ís of the Western Hemisphere
 
Publisher of this ed.
National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Canada
Date of this edition 1969
LanguageEnglish
Permission Fair use (see notes on copyright)
Scanned 2014-05-20 by Galli Andrew Paul
Posted 2015-02-17 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles
URLbahai-library.com/khanum_message_indian_eskimo
Abstract Letter to Native American and Inuit believers, about the assurance given in the Bahá'í Writings that their future is very great, and that they themselves best help to fulfill these promises by taking the Faith of Bahá'u'lláh to their own people.
Tags Amatul-Baha Ruhiyyih Khanum; Americas; Bahaullah, Life of (documents); Cities; Civilization; Cultural diversity; Deepening; Education; Equality; Ethics; First Nations; God (general); Human nature; Indigenous people; Introductory; Inuit; Language; Light (general); Literacy; Morality; Native Americans; Nature; Oneness of mankind; Prayer; Race (general); Reconciliation; Service; Teaching; Translation; Unity; Virtues; Word of God
Locations United States (documents); Canada; America; Central America; North America; Latin America
Page views 5202 hits since 2015-02-17
OCLCOCN 10938158. Read more at oclc.org.
 
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