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Thank you... Especially for giving me a reference.Hi @nPeace ,
A Baha'i is someone who follows the Teachings of Baha’u’llah and tries to put them into practice in their lives. There are no rituals or ceremony. If someone believes in Baha'u'llah they are already a Baha'i. There is a formal enrolment process for administrative purposes where one signs a declaration card and the local assembly may ensure the new Baha'i understands what being a Bahai means and they are committed to it.
I thought this link would be helpful.
How Do I Become a Baha’i?
So, how does one know if that person believes in Bahaullah or his teachings.
People misinterpret writings, and they can have doubts, about things.
How can one tell that the person is a true Bahai, considering those two factors?
I don't understand this.
If one must believe in Bahaullah and his teachings, how can one "walk a personal spiritual journey and makes their own personal decision"?
Does this mean one can practice Sufism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, etc., and still achieve complete transformation to a Baha’i?
I can see that @Dawnofhope already answered that question, but from my own experience I became a Baha'i when I signed a card saying that I believe in Baha'u'llah. I forgot what the card said since that was about 52 years ago.