The Six Requisites of Spiritual Growth

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Duration
7 weeks
Weekly Study
4-5 HOURS
Dates
Dec 2-Jan 19
Register By
December 9, 2021
Fee: $66.50-$95 Use code '100years' for $20 discount

Bahá’u’lláh has stated quite clearly in His Writings the essential requisites for our spiritual growth, and these are stressed again and again by ‘Abdu’l‑Bahá in His talks and Tablets. One can summarize them briefly in this way:

1 The recital each day of one of the Obligatory Prayers with pure-hearted devotion.

2 The regular reading of the Sacred Scriptures, specifically at least each morning and evening, with reverence, attention and thought.

3 Prayerful meditation on the Teachings, so that we may understand them more deeply, fulfill them more faithfully, and convey them more accurately to others.

4 Striving every day to bring our behavior more into accordance with the high standards that are set forth in the Teachings.

5 Teaching the Cause of God.

6 Selfless service in the work of the Cause and in the carrying on of our trade or profession.


Source: Letter from the Universal House of Justice to the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Norway, 1 September 1983

Image: "Baha'i prayer beads in a 19 bead, 5 set counter configuration." by Jeremy Hanna, Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0

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Wendi Momen, MBE, PhD
Governor, London School of Economics

I was born Wendy Cunningham Wirtshafter in Hollywood, California, one of the few people who can actually claim that. My parents, Buddy Worth and Carol Morris were nightclub entertainers and jazz musicians and until I went to school I did not know my real last name, only the professional one... See Faculty Bio

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Natasha Saminaden-Wilkinson, BA

I was born Natasha Saminaden and raised in North London by my parents who became Bahá’ís independently of each other, and before leaving the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. My parents’ desire to share Bahá’u’lláh’s unifying and transformative message was given expression through many years of pioneering and travel teaching... See Faculty Bio

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Dumazi Volontiya, BSc

Dumazi is of Swazi origin—from Eswastini, formerly called and still commonly known as Swaziland. He grew up in Zimbabwe, then Rhodesia, under colonial rule. During his childhood Dumazi and his family witnessed and were impacted by the Zimbabwean War of Independence when white colonialists attempted to maintain an apartheid state... See Faculty Bio

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