for this compilation.
To navigate this compilation, you can either click on the small circles to the left of each entry, or you can also go to a section by clicking on the right-side tabs.
Once you go to a section, you will have the option to select headings, detailed headings, or detailed headings with condensed or extended quotations.
The first option gives a very basic overview of the section at hand. The second option is also a good one for giving an overview of the all the categorizations of the quotations (such as if one were just interested in finding a specific single quotation or two), but without displaying the quotations themselves. To view all of the quotations together (ideal for reading without needing to click on each entry), select the fourth option.
The content for all options is the same. If the small circle to the left of an item has a plus sign (+) in it, you can click this to view the contents within it. If the small circle has a minus sign (-) in it, you can click on it to collapse and thereby condense the view.
The same content is also at https://bahai-library.com/zamir/sm.html
, but this latter site also has a sample study program within it. However, it is not hyperlinked.
You can also find many of the quotations within this compilation which recommend or describe a specific book accessible from the relevant Collaborative "Wiki" Writings
pages (as well as quotations not contained in this compilation). For example, the collaborative page on the "Advent of Divine Justice"
links to this compilation under its "need to read" section. As this page demonstrates, one can also add additional quotations found which had not been included in the compilation (in this case, a heading presently titled "This epistle is the "Bahá'í Charter of Teaching"" was added after the compilation was finished). Feel free to add any relevant quotations which have not yet been included to the relevant Writings wiki pages
Also at the wiki site is a page dedicated to drawing together a comprehensive list of the possible components of a youth study class
, as mentioned in the Writings (and in some cases, linking back to this compilation).