Author: Niki Daniels

Save and Reuse your Produce Bags: Tip for Sustainable Living

plastic bags

Therefore strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. ……………………………………—‘Abdu’l-Bahá Monthly tips about sustainable living are designed to inspire you to adapt them to your personal circumstances and locale and to help you generate other ideas about

Kitáb-i-Íqán Course Generates a Huge Course Project and Many Deepenings

The Kitáb-i-Íqán: An Introduction (2019) Faculty: Christopher Buck Rick Schneider says he is exploring the Íqán with greater depth than ever before and sharing his learnings with others. I just discovered that I did not establish a learning plan/goals. Had

Web Talks and a Course on the Qayyumu’l-Asma Provided Profound Insights

Screenshot from Todd Lawson's 3rd web talk in th three-part series

In July and August, Dr. Todd Lawson gave a series of three superb Web Talks about the Báb’s Qayyumu’l-Asmá, His first major work of revelation, begun the night of His declaration to Mullá Husayn. At the same time Todd began

Life of the Bab course was a Lifeline for an Isolated Believer

Celebrating the Bicentenary graphic by Joe Paczkowski https://joepaczk.com/about-contact.html

The Life of the Báb (2019) Faculty: Peter Smith, Moojan Momen Dorinda Bogartus described the impact the course on The Life of the Báb had on her in these words: The class on the life of the Báb was so

Moodle Update: New Log In and Forum Functionalities

Screenshot of Moodle log in page

In August, the Wilmette Institute upgraded its Moodle software to the latest version (Moodle 3.7). The update allows students to log in using their Google or Facebook accounts. Read on to learn how this works, and to discover the new

Time Management 101: Advice from WI Students

Female writing notes in a coffee shop with her phone face down on the table.

In August the Wilmette Institute asked students to say how they manage their time. The Time Management survey is still open, for any former or current students who think they may have tips to contribute. All respondents will be eligible

Faculty Update: A Fresh Look at WI Faculty

The Wilmette Institute has recently published updated faculty bios for some forty-five individuals (about half the total cohort). Its diverse faculty includes young scholars, seasoned professionals, academics and self-trained experts. Faculty contributions are vital to the Wilmette Institute’s mission of

Eat Food that is in Season: Tip for Sustainable Living

Therefore strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. ……………………………………—‘Abdu’l-Bahá Monthly tips about sustainable living are designed to inspire you to adapt them to your personal circumstances and locale and to help you generate other ideas about

Climate Change, Population Growth, and Spiritual Evolution—Striking a Balance

title page of Terry's slide show

Climate Change (2014) Christine Muller, Carole Flood, Karryn Olson-Ramanujan, Gary Colliver, Arthur Dahl AND Sustaining 11 Billion People: Challenges for an Ever-Advancing Civilization (2019) Paul Hanley, Neil Whatley, Gary Reusche Terry Edwards, originally from Miami, Florida, and now a resident

University Initiative—Feedback from Bahá’í Theology Course

Karen Web

Bahá’í Theology Faculty: Mikhail Sergeev, Ian Kluge Karen Webb, from Centerville, Utah, is taking Bahá’í Theology for credit. We asked her for feedback on how the course has been going so far. Here are her thoughts.—THE EDITORS Bahá’í Theology is

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