November 12th: Birthday of Baha’u’llah

Being a Baha’i has brought so much into my life. Both my husband and I are trying to raise our girls in the spirit of the Baha’i Faith. That means thinking of the world as of one family, treating everyone equally, believing in universal education, being free from any sort of prejudice and living our lives to help this world become a better place for all of us.

November 12th Baha’is all over the world celebrate an important day in the history of the Faith: The Birthday of Baha’u’llah – the Messenger of God who brought the next part of Progressive Revelation of God to us, fulfilling the Covenant between God and human race.

This particular page is created to feature blog posts from other Baha’i parents where they tell us what kind of craft or activities they do with their children and families for and on this day.

1. This blog post from Gem of Oneness tells us a little more about Baha’u’llah’s Mission.

2. A lovely way celebration from The Saberas.

3. Few great ideas for celebrating this day on Enable Me to Grow.

4. A craft and a video from All Done Monkey.

5. A video and a song from Elika Mahony’s blog.

6. Story book craft  from Ruhi Crafts.

7. Sixteen ideas on how to celebrate Birth of Baha’u’llah from Baha’i Blog 

(not a parenting blog but some great ideas here!)

8. Celebrating Birth of Baha’u’llah at home from Veritable Treasures

9. Another home celebration from Lucky Beans

10.  This is what was done at Eliot’s children classes.

11. One more way to celebrate from the Light of Home.

12. And this is how we celebrated Birth of Baha’u’llah

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2 thoughts on “November 12th: Birthday of Baha’u’llah

  1. Actually, I never knew what Baha’i was. Thanks so much for the information. In college I heard a lot about the activities but never thought to ask.

    It’s funny, isn’t it?

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