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A Traveler Narrative

Auhtor: Abdu Baha

Language: english

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Review by Timothy B. Riley, October 2008


Rating: (***)
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Summary of the Book 'A Traveler Narrative':

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Traveler Narrative':


... Now since the doctors of Persia have no administrative capacity, they thought that violence and interference would cause extinction and silence and ...
... family of the Prophet, paid Him such attention as was possible, and gave permission [to some persons] to converse with Him. Now when the accomplished ...
... the mountain of Elburz. They demanded proof. Without hesitation He recited texts, saying, This is the permanent and most mighty proof. They criticized ...
... When the clamor of the people rose high he hastened into the street, and, becoming cognizant of the offence and the offender, and the cause of his ...
... in with cannons, muskets, and bomb-shells, and on all four occasions they inflicted defeat, while the army was completely routed and dispersed. On ...
... the sentinels, to excuse themselves, said that the wild beasts had devoured it. That night they sheltered the body in the workshop of a Babi of Milan: ...
... His flame that commemoration of Him was the bright candle of His dark nights in the fortress of Maku, and remembrance of Him was the best of companions ...
... and forgotten, but rather stimulated and advertised. I will at least relate one short anecdote of what actually took place. A certain person ...
... is attained, and if not leave it to him, and with regard to him deal not harshly but pray. The language of kindness is the lodestone of hearts and ...
... the way of God do they journey. O friends, ask of Him Who is the Desire of the denizens of earth that He will succor His Majesty the King (may ...
... chief of all, arrived without knowledge [of the matter in hand]. But, so soon as he was informed of their actual designs, he said, I am not properly ...
... that] he carried a letter which he desired to convey with his own hand into the Royal Presence. On receiving permission to approach, he cried out ...
... the Lord and stores of divine knowledge and wisdom. The will of the Eternal King hath ever been to purify the hearts of [His] servants from the promptings ...
... earth. Had the doctrinal books of this people, [composed] in proof of that wherein they are, been written with the blood which has been shed in His ...
... action yet withal do some commit it. Now the punishment of this action falls on these heedless persons, while those manifestations of the glory ...
... what befell the kindred of the Prophet until that the people made them captives and brought them in unto Damascus the spacious and amongst them ...
... Do they desire to tarry when their foot is in the stirrup? Or do they see any return in their going? No, by the Lord of Lords, save in the Resurrection! ...
... in the utmost tranquility and prosperity under the wide shadow of the King's justice. For the divine shadow is the refuge of all the dwellers upon ...
... in this world, what further recompense remains for man in the court of divine justice at the day of general resurrection? Convictions and ideas are ...
... that day and this event befell after such sort that everyone wept over the fate of those two brothers, for during the whole period of their life they ...