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Ouida Coley (center), Sarah Lee Owens (left), and Silvia Ioas (right). Baha'i International Conference, Panama Hilton Hotel, Panama City, Panama, 1967. Quida Flora ColeyOuida Coley (1939-2013) was a devoted member of the Baha'i Faith for well over 50 years. She had...
Black Americans in the Baha'i Faith: Their Spiritual Significance Toward the Revitalization of Humankind. The 'Pupil of the Eye' metaphor has both astounded and confused the Baha'i community mainly due to it being analyzed within the framework of current distorted...
Bahá’u’lláh’s Symbolic Use of the Veiled ḤúríyyihPersian Painting. Taken at the National Museum of Iran, Tehran, during my 6-week sojourn in-country during Dec/Jan 1970-71.“Ḥúríyyih” (from Ḥúrí, pronounced ‘hoo-ree’) are Maidens of Paradise, a term whose roots can be...
Painting – Two Men Reading by Candlelight, Nat’l Museum of Tehran, Iran (Persia). T. Randolph (Dec 1970)
Book – Baha’i Prayers & Readings – Leili Egea
Baha’is – Sarah Lee Owens (l), Quida Coley (m), Sylvia Ioas (r). Wilmette, IL (USA). T. Randolph (1973)
Hands – Mangyan Tribesman, Mindoro, Philippine Islands. T. Randolph (1997)