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Bahá'í principles:

The oneness of mankind.

Universal peace upheld by a world government.

Independent investigation of truth.

The common foundation of all religions.

The essential harmony of science and religion.

Equality of men and women.

Elimination of prejudice of all kinds.

Universal compulsory education.

A spiritual solution to the economic problem.

A universal auxiliary language.

Rocky View Big Horn Bahá'i Cluster

Bahá'i classes and study groups are developed by the Ruhi Institute, which strives to engage the individual in an educational process in which virtuous conduct and self-discipline are developed in the context of service, fostering a coherent and joyful pattern of life that weaves together study, worship, teaching, community building and, in general, involvement in other processes that seek to transform society.  At the heart of the educational process is contact with the Word of God, whose power sustains every individual's attempts to purify his or her heart and to walk a path of service with 'the feet of detachment'.

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