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“Baha’u’llah changed or influenced my life in many ways but I think the most important thing that changed or helped me to see my purpose in life is to align my actions, my thoughts, to help to serve other people. "

“Baha’u’llah changed or influenced my life in many ways but I think the most important thing that changed or helped me to see my purpose in life is to align my actions, my thoughts, to help to serve other people. When I was growing up, I was focusing only on my own life and the life of my family, my own growth and development, particularly the material aspect but you know, one of His teachings to see everyone as one humanity, therefore we need to treat everyone, whatever colour or nationality or religion and so on as our brothers and sisters. So I see everyone and try to treat everyone I meet, thinking that they are my brothers. So I like to treat them fairly, as I would treat my siblings.”

- Honeylyn, Prince Edward Island (Canada)

Photograph: Paul Vreeland

“Baha’u’llah changed or influenced my life in many ways but I think the most important thing that changed or helped me to see my purpose in life is to align my actions, my thoughts, to help to serve other people. When I was growing up, I was focusing only on my own life and the life of my family, my own growth and development, particularly the material aspect but you know, one of His teachings to see everyone as one humanity, therefore we need to treat everyone, whatever colour or nationality or religion and so on as our brothers and sisters. So I see everyone and try to treat everyone I meet, thinking that they are my brothers. So I like to treat them fairly, as I would treat my siblings.”

- Honeylyn, Prince Edward Island (Canada)

Photograph: Paul Vreeland

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“Baha’u’llah changed or influenced my life in many ways but I think the most important thing that changed or helped me to see my purpose in life is to align my actions, my thoughts, to help to serve other people. When I was growing up, I was focusing only on my own life and the life of my family, my own growth and development, particularly the material aspect but you know, one of His teachings to see everyone as one humanity, therefore we need to treat everyone, whatever colour or nationality or religion and so on as our brothers and sisters. So I see everyone and try to treat everyone I meet, thinking that they are my brothers. So I like to treat them fairly, as I would treat my siblings.”

- Honeylyn, Prince Edward Island (Canada)

Photograph: Paul Vreeland