"I'm sitting on top of the world..."
Spectacular views greeted a group of participants in this month's Norwegian Bahá’í summer school who took part in a 10-hour hike across the Besseggen mountain range. Another kind of Norwegian experience was also available at the summer school -- an interactive production of the play "Peer Gynt" by Henrik Ibsen. More than 430 Bahá’ís from 12 countries attended the summer school. The program involved workshops, lectures, prayer, meditation, music, and even a wedding. Some of the themes of the sessions were "a just world order," " the path of divine love," "social and economic development projects," "consultation," and “health and healing." The keynote speakers were former member of the Universal House of Justice Mr. Ali Nakhjavani and his wife, author Violette Nakhjavani.
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Photo Date: 2005-07-27
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