How do we attend to the needs of our communities?
Here is the latest in Green Acre’s conversation series CO·HERE | Perspectives from the Pines. The name derives from the verb cohere: “Be united; form a whole.”
In this week’s conversation, we continue our exploration of how to respond to global health crisis individually and collectively using the recent guidance from the Universal House of Justice, the governing body for the world-wide Baha’i community.
“May your minds be ever bent upon the needs of the communities to which you belong, the condition of the societies in which you live, and the welfare of the entire family of humanity, to whom you are all brothers and sisters.”– Universal House of Justice, March 2020
To read the full letter: Naw-Rúz 177 – To the Bahá’ís of the World