By: Annamarie Honnold
A unique collection of stories, sayings and comments, providing a special insight into the life, character and station of 'Abdu'l-Bahá.George Ronald
At the start of the Four Year Plan in 1996, which the Universal House of Justice described as a critical moment both in the 'scheme of Bahá'í and world history', the supreme governing institution of the Bahá'í world called upon the individual, the community and the institutions to achieve an advancement in the process of entry by troops in every part of the globe. The House of Justice stated then that, 'an advance in this process depends on the progress of all three of these intimately connected participants'. This timely and thought-provoking new book considers how we think of these three elements now, and how we can set about recreating them, to fulfil the goals of Bahá'u'lláh's revelation.