Monday, May 14, 2012

On Believing Is Doing: A continual refinement

Sizing up our actual practices to see if it's in accordance with our beliefs. It's works for conducting parent-infant groups to promote child-parent attachment, and it works for life. Are things not working out like they should? Perhaps it's because our beliefs aren't matching up with our actions. Tweety Yates comments at the Early Childhood Conference in Tacoma may seem a bit out of context here, but I think not. The learning culture that characterizes the Baha'i institute process means that we are constantly reviewing our progress to make further refinements, and those refinements are based on our beliefs, our guidance, our texts. -gw
Say, O brethren! Let deeds, not words, be your adorning.

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