One of the greatest attractions to the Baha’i Faith was its relevance to everyone in the world regardless of material circumstances or background and how it expresses practically such important spiritual truths. For me, an example of this is a recent quote from the Universal House of Justice where we read: ‘Every choice a Baha’i makes—as employee or employer, producer or consumer, borrower or lender, benefactor or beneficiary—leaves a trace, and the moral duty to lead a coherent life demands that one’s economic decisions be in accordance with lofty ideals, that the purity of one’s aims be matched by the purity of one’s actions to fulfil those aims.’