"In this Day whatsoever serveth to reduce bliudness and to increase vision is worthy of consideration. This vision acteth as the agent and guide for true knowledge. Indeed in the estimation of men of wisdom keenness of understanding is due to keenness of vision."
Bahá’u’lláh, Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh, TARÁZÁT (Ornaments), The first Taráz
"The Bahá’ís seek to lead people back to a knowledge of their true selves and the purpose for which they were created, and thus to their greatest happiness and highest good."
Shoghi Effendi, High Endeavours, MESSAGES TO ALASKA, p. 7
CONTENTS (All links are to unproofed and unformated text files)
|NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD:
¤ The Hague Appeal for Peace, May 1999
¤ Progress report on local implementation of the Campaign for the Academic Freedom of the
Bahá’ís of Irán and the Bahá’í Institute for Higher Education, at Oxford University, Leicester
University and the University of London
¤ Association of Bahá’í Studies – English Speaking Europe activities in the Republic of Ireland
¤ The Science and Religion Interest Group, Association For Baha'i Studies - North America
¤ Excerpt from The Jerusalem Post, 7 June 1999
¤ Are 'Tranquility Zones' a ritual?
Associate is the newsletter of the
Association for Bahá'í Studies (English-Speaking Europe),
27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD, UK.