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Baha’i Quotes on Love
The foundation of Baha’ullah is love. …you must have infinite love for each other, each preferring the other before him. The people must be so attracted to you that they will exclaim, “What happiness exists among you!” and will see in your faces the lights of the Kingdom; …You must love your friend better than yourself; yes, be willing to sacrifice yourself. The Cause of Baha’ullah has not yet appeared in this country. I desire that you be ready to sacrifice everything for each other, even life itself; then I will know that the Cause of Baha’ullah establish.
Release yourselves from this world’s life, and at every stage long ye for non-existence; for when the ray returneth to the sun, it is wipe out. When the drop cometh to the sea, it vanisheth, and when the true lover findeth his Beloved. He yieldeth up his soul.
Be calm, be strong, be grateful, and become a lamp full of light, that the darkness of sorrows annihilate, and that the sun of everlasting joy arise from the dawning-place of heart and soul, shining brightly.
If you desire with all your heart, friendship with every race on earth, your thought, spiritual and positive, will spread; it will become the desire of others, growing stronger and stronger, until it reaches the minds of all men.
Anyone can live contentedly in circumstances of ease and comfort, health and well-being gratification and felicity; but to remain happy and contented in the face of difficulty, hardship. The onslaught of disease and sickness-this is an indication of nobility.
The spiritual love of God maketh man pure and holy and clotheth him with the garment of virtue and purity. And when man attacheth his heart wholly to God and becometh related to the Blessed Perfection, the divine bounty will dawn. This love is not physical, nay; rather, it is absolutely spiritual.
For every one of you his paramount duty is to choose for himself that on which no other may infringe and none usurp from him. Such a thing—and to this the Almighty is my witness—is the love of God, could ye but perceive it.
Build you for yourselves such houses as the rain and floods can never destroy, which shall protect you from the changes and chances of this life.
Joy gives us wings! In times of joy our strength is more vital, our intellect keener, and our understanding less clouded. We seem better able to cope with the world and to find our sphere of influence.
The time has come for humanity to hoist the standard. The oneness of the human world, so that dogmatic formulas and superstitions may end.
A humble man without learning, but filled with the Holy Spirit, is more powerful than the most nobly-born profound scholar without that inspiration. He who is educate by the Divine Spirit can, in his time, lead others to receive the same Spirit.
May you become as the waves of one sea, stars of the same heaven, fruits adorning the same tree, roses of one garden in order that through you the oneness of humanity may establish its temple in the world of mankind, for you are the ones who are call to uplift the cause of unity among the nations of the earth.
For when a sincere lover and agreeable friend attains to the meeting of the beloved and desired one, a fire is enkindled from the radiance of the beauty of the beloved and the heat of the heart of the lover, which consumes all coverings and veils: nay, whatever is with him, even marrow and skin, will thereby be burnt, and naught remain except the Friend.
Service to humanity is service to God. Let the love and light of the Kingdom radiate through you until all who look upon you shall be illumined by its reflection. Be as stars, brilliant and sparkling in the loftiness of their heavenly station.
Baha’i Quotes on Love and Marriage
As to thy question, “If the husband preventeth his wife from entering into the Light or the wife preventeth the husband from entering into the Kingdom of God.” In reality neither one of them preventeth the other from entering into the Kingdom of God, except when the husband hath a great attachment to the wife, or the wife to the husband. When either one of the two adoreth the other to the exclusion of God, then each will prevent the other from entering into the Kingdom of God.
And when He desired to manifest grace and beneficence to men, and to set the world in order. He revealed observances and created laws; among them He establishes the law of marriage, make it as a fortress for well-being and salvation. Enjoin it upon us in that which is send down out of the heaven of sanctity in His Most Holy Book.
As for the question regarding marriage under the Law of God: first thou must choose one who is pleasing to thee. Then the matter is subject to the consent of father and mother. Before thou makest thy choice, they have no right to interfere.
Baha’i marriage is union and cordial affection between the two parties. They must, however, exercise the utmost care and become acquainted with each other’s character. This eternal bond should be made secure by a firm covenant. The intention should be to foster harmony, fellowship and unity and to attain everlasting life.
Hold thy husband dear and always show forth an amiable temper towards him, no matter how ill temper he may be. Even if thy kindness make him more bitter, manifest thou more kindliness, more tenderness, be more loving and tolerate his cruel actions and ill-treatment.
The utterance of God is a lamp, whose light is these words: Ye are the fruits of one tree, and the leaves of one branch. Deal ye one with another with the utmost love and harmony, with friendliness and fellowship. He who is the Day Star of Truth beareth me witness! So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth.
Release yourselves from this world’s life, and at every stage long ye for non-existence; for when the ray returneth to the sun, it is wiped out. When the drop cometh to the sea, it vanisheth, and when the true lover findeth his Beloved, he yieldeth up his soul.
In this glorious [Baha’i] Cause the life of a married couple should resemble the life of the angels in heaven a life full of joy and spiritual delight, a life of unity and concord, a friendship both mental and physical.
Marriage is a holy institution and much encouraged in this blessed cause. Now you two are no longer two, but one. Baha’ullah’s wish is that all men be of one mind and consider themselves of one great household. The mind of mankind be not divide against itself.
It should, moreover, be borne in mind that although to be married is highly desirable. Baha’ullah has strongly recommended it, it is not the central purpose of life. If a person has to wait a considerable period before finding a spouse. If ultimately, he or she must remain single. It does not mean that he or she is thereby unable to fulfill his or her life’s purpose.