"The beautiful Baha'is of Hays, Kansas, at the Feast of Azamat,"
uploaded on May 18, 2006 by *EriQ*
Carissa notes: "the Baha'i community here is changing little by little and yesterday's feast stood out above others."
[I thought I had lost this post in its bare-bones form when Blogger was having some issues, but lo and behold, it popped back up. Then I took it bacck to draft to add some more stuff to it, in consideration of the suggestions of the first commenter.
Any chance you can blog about the practice of 19-day Feast? What it is? How to do/enhance it? Maybe throw in some quotes from the writings as a foundation, and then invite comments from the friends on what their communities do so as to continually renew this cornerstone of community life.
Friday night I went with my friend Polin to a Seattle sector feast. (In Seattle they have so many Baha'is, they divide the city up into neighborhoods, and have a separate feast in each sector.) Boy, was it a wonderful! Great music, great prayers and meditations, great food, great people in a great small space, including a brand new two-week-old Baha'i.
Enhancing the quality of the Baha'i Feast is the goal of this website
Here is The Baha'i Feast Book, "quotations for all 19 Feasts, nicely laid-out with graphics and suitable for printing."