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Bahá'u'lláh and the Luminous Mind: Bahá'í Gloss on a Buddhist Puzzle Roland Faber English - Lights18 Non-duality is of central importance to Buddhist thought and experience. And if, as 'Abdu'l-Bahá confirms, human essence reveals itself in thought and mind, the core of which is mystical contemplation, then the awareness of this profound mode of thinking and experiencing is relevant to humanity's spiritual existence. Non-duality is not monism, but... read online  
Laozi: A Lost Prophet? Roland Faber English - Lights19 read online  
Laozi and the Bahá'í Faith (Part II) Roland Faber English 116 Baha'u'llah admonishes Baha'is (and all human beings) to converse with adherents of all religions in the spirit of understanding and love, because all religions emanate from one source and all human beings are created from the same dust and to reflect the infinity of divine attributes. While Baha'i Scripture recognizes many of the great religious t...  
Religion, Revelation and Peace: Approximations between Whitehead and Bahá'í Thought Roland Faber English 116 A.N. Whitehead is one of the most interesting philosophers of the 20th century. Being a mathematician (writing the Principia Mathematica with Bertrand Russell, his student and colleague) and a philosopher of science, he became convinced that the scientific materialism underlying 19th century science was not only wrong given the new physical discove...  
The Dao of Bahá: Laozi and the Bahá'í Faith Roland Faber English 109 Not only advises Baha'u'llah the people of Baha to converse with adherents of all religions in the spirit of understanding and love, but he invokes the oneness of God, humanity, and creation as inherent reasons: all religions emanate from one source as all human beings are created from the same dust and reflect, as all of nature, the infinity of di...