by Robert Weinberg
Eight letters from the Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith to Bahá'ís passing through their adolescent years, trying to discover their talents and potential.
To the challenge of questions such as 'Where am I going in life?' 'Who am I?', Shoghi Effendianswers boldly and in a straightforward way.
He encourages the junior youth to commit themselves to the service of Bahá'u'lláh and to let their direction be dictated by the needs of the Faith, by the desire to do 'great, great deeds', and by the knowledge that their generation must provide the 'saints, heroes, martyrs and administrators of future years'.
Robert Weinberg, born in 1965, was a member of the first European Bahá'í Youth Council.
He has been involved with the development of junior youth activities in the United Kingdom, serving on the first Junior Youth Department and later on the National Youth Committee.
He studied expressive arts and arts administration and is now a journalist and broadcaster currently working in BBC radio.
George Ronald, Oxford
24 pages, 8 illustrations
23.4 x 15.6 cm. (9.25 x 6 in)