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  • So anyone can read the Hidden Words in their language there is a site online for that... In Arabic go to
    Alláh-u-Abhá, art! Hey, I have a bit of an assignment with which I greatly need your help: obtaining the original Arabic for this verse from Bahá’u’lláh's Hidden Words:

    “O SON OF MAN!
    If thou lovest Me, turn away from thyself; and if thou seekest My pleasure, regard not thine own; that thou mayest die in Me and I may eternally live in thee.”

    I will explain why later.

    Art, thank you immensely in advance!
    Alláh-u-Abhá! As a fellow (returning) Bahá'í, I must say that I have always been in love with your posts, dear arthra! They are highly informative and insightful. Plus, your posts increase the awareness of our beautiful Faith! Thank you deeply. May God immensely bless you and your loved ones!
    Greetings, arthra! I hope all is well! I have a burning question concerning Bahá'u'lláh's claim as the Promised of all Faiths: How does it make sense? One of the things that made the Bahá'í Faith confusing for me was this claim. Thanks immensely!
    Hey there. :) I wanted to ask you a question about the faith. What is it that made you a Baha'i, out of curiosity? :)
    Thank you for keeping the Quote of the Day going. Wow, over 19,000 views! That's pretty cool.
    To answer .lava, both of those terms are Persian (from Farsi). I've taken a Turkish class before and they do have a good many similar words. :)
    hi :) i've noticed some words that used in the links you shared perfectly match with Turkish. how? for example Siyah means black in Turkish. Kitap means book. what's your mother language?
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