There is a good article on the Birth of the Báb. (On surprisingly the Huffington Post) This is a photo of the Shine of the Báb I took during my Pilgrimage to Haifa in 2010.
The Bahá’í calendar consists of nineteen months with nineteen days plus 4-5 intercalendary called the Days Outside of Time or Ayyám-i-Há. On the Gregorian calendar, it starts at sunset on February 25th and lasts until sunset on March 1st. The morning of March 2nd starts the Bahá’í Fast where we abstain from eating between sunrise… Continue reading Happy Ayyám-i-Há
A Georgia native, Ezra graduated from Valdosta State University (VSU) with a BS in Psychology. While an undergraduate student, he worked at VSU’s Odum library until his last term when the Information Technology department hired him as a Cooperative Education student for the Campus Webmaster. Writing code and solving problems banished his thoughts of a career… Continue reading ITS Spotlight Article