Divine Journey:Exploring the Bahá’í Faith

Divine Journey: Exploring the Bah ' Faith
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Bill describes his journey to discovering that linkage. He is a published author and has contributed to the Encyclopedia of Millennialism. She is an actor, musician and composer, a makeup artist, a chef and a playwright.

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Jacob was born in Brazil and lived there until he decided to get his post graduate degree, so he moved to western Massachusetts with his young family in the early 's. Lauderdale, Florida. Jackie grew up in Michigan and moved to Florida when she was She is currently the administrator for the non-profit organization One Human Family, as well as working for a non-profit called the Community Re-investment Association. He returned to his country of birthright the U.

He went to England to get married and get his PhD. Before returning to the U. In Rumania he worked for the U. In the Zoroastrian Faith, seven is a very holy number. Baha'u'llah responded to her grandfather in a tablet called "Seven Questions Answered". Greg went to Harvard to study physics but ended up getting his PhD in Economics. His work took him to such countries as Haiti, Sierra Leone and Madagascar.

I apologize for the poor quality of the recording. I was having difficulty with VFR's studio telos the thingy that transfers the output of the soundboard to the telephone line. Greg couldn't hear me, so I had to have the microphone way up, which created a terrible hum and allowed background noise to filter into the interview. However, the interview is still well worth listening to. I started our interview by asking Greg where he grew up and what was it like growing up there.

This is my first attempt at using Skype for the interview. I'm not thrilled about the quality, but it may be a tad clearer than through the telephone.

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When the Khomeini regime took over, they confiscated the hospital, assassinated the chief of staff, Dr. Bahman and his family happened to be in the US when this happened, so he stayed in the US and practiced medicine here. In Iran, Nosrat had to suppress her desire to express her belief freely.

So after university, she decided to leave Iran for the United States. In the interview Bertha refers to the Virtues Project. A microbiologist who worked in industry, but when he retired, used his talents to help others in Costa Rica.

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He grew up in New York City and found out that he could bring joy to the lives of children by bringing fictional characters to life. He now lives in Florida. Phyllis Ring her website was one of the facilitators of the workshop. She is a freelance writer living in Exeter New Hampshire.

Bahá'í Faith on life after death

This is a continuation of my Lars Patenaude. He describes his involvement with the World Summit for Sustainable Development in South Africa and his work for the non-governmental organization called Education for Peace in Bosnia. Jamshid is a descendant from the family of the Persian prophet-founder of the Babi Faith titled the Bab, spelled B-a-b, which means Gate in Arabic.

The Bab's life was quite miraculous and resembled the life of Christ in many ways including his dramatic martyrdom. I started the interview by asking Jamshid to give a brief synopsis on the Babi religion and its prophet-founder the Bab. Somava Stout is the creator and director of the kids organization Raising Peacemakers, and the director of the Children's Theatre Company of Greater Boston. She is currently the assistant executive director of fund development for HAP, a non-profit, Housing Partnership organization.

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Like other folks I interview, Lars Patenaude has more to tell than one hour can allow. It includes dropping out of college, going back to college, being a rock'n'roll band manager, and going to graduate school. He now provides computer support for a school system. He and Sally have been involved in a number of service organizations, and Steven is a wikipedia enthusiast.

In this interview, I barely scratched the service of Dr. Smith's life. I'll invite Dr.

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Smith back to talk about his many accomplishments including, founding a video, film and multimedia company called ComTel Productions; founding a non-profit organization called Pupil of the Eye: Vision for Unity in Education; and writing and producing the award winning documentary film "The Invisible Soldiers: Unheard Voices", which aired on PBS; and many, many other endeavors. She is currently an associate professor of history at Jackson State University in Mississippi. Her story begins in Hawaii where we learn that Stephanie's ancestry also includes Chinese, Hawaiian, African, and Irish heritage, along with her Native American ancestry.

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He joined an industrial design firm in Farmington, CT and ended up buying the firm with a partner. She soon got married and became a stay-at-home mom in New London, CT, where she became a neighborhood activist. Now she is a social worker for the state of CT. He graduated valedictorian at his high school in Douglas, Arizona and got his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona.

However he found himself needing more in life than working for a consumer electronics manufacturer. He decided to get his masters degree in education and is now teaching 6th graders. He also realized that there was something he had to put down on paper that was also inside him. I started the interview by asking John to describe where he grew up. Here is an incredible story of a woman, from a Mexican-American migrant farm-working family; traveling from place to place, season to season, picking crops with her family until she was From these roots, Beatriz Fereira becomes a lawyer defending the rights of those in circumstances from which she grew up.

I started the interview by asking Beatriz to describe what it was like growing up as a migrant farmer. I apologize for the sound quality of the interview, the phone connection was not very good. Brian is a professor of law at the Univ. Together, when they were a young family with two pre-school children, they packed up their belongings and headed for South America.

They nurtured it for fifteen years, seeing the school mature and stand on its own. She recently took a sabbatical to do research on the history of Kampala. In the interview she describes how after meeting her husband they soon went to Ireland and when they returned they settled in Suffield, CT.

Mary K. She describes how she used her acting talent to help create and perform the two-woman production, Amazing Grace: Stories of Personal Transformation. Lauderdale, Florida.

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Jackie grew up in Michigan and moved to Florida when she was She is currently the administrator for the non-profit organization One Human Family, as well as working for a non-profit called the Community Re-investment Association. He returned to his country of birthright the U. He went to England to get married and get his PhD. Before returning to the U. In Rumania he worked for the U.

In the Zoroastrian Faith, seven is a very holy number. Baha'u'llah responded to her grandfather in a tablet called "Seven Questions Answered". Greg went to Harvard to study physics but ended up getting his PhD in Economics. His work took him to such countries as Haiti, Sierra Leone and Madagascar. I apologize for the poor quality of the recording.

I was having difficulty with VFR's studio telos the thingy that transfers the output of the soundboard to the telephone line. Greg couldn't hear me, so I had to have the microphone way up, which created a terrible hum and allowed background noise to filter into the interview. However, the interview is still well worth listening to. I started our interview by asking Greg where he grew up and what was it like growing up there. This is my first attempt at using Skype for the interview.