Friday, May 17, 2013

On Shaping a Pattern of Life Distinguished For It's Devotional Character: In Tacoma

Thousands upon thousands of Bahá'ís, embracing the diversity of the entire human family, are engaged in certain core activities. These activities promote the systematic study of the Bahá’í Writings in small groups in order to build capacity for service. They respond to the inmost longing of every heart to commune with its Maker by carrying out acts of collective worship in diverse settings, uniting with others in prayer, awakening spiritual susceptibilities, and shaping a pattern of life distinguished for its devotional character.

The rhythm of our Baha'i life -- a home-devotional Monday nights at Amanda's and Thursday night at Matt & Christy's -- rain or shine -- and any other devotionals we can slip in in the course of the week. -gw


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