|Posted on November 3, 2017 at 10:40 AM|
day #3 of #bahaiblogging
On the third 'day,' according to the biblical book of Genesis, the earth and the seas were created. The number three is important because with three numbers one can describe the position of an item in three dimensional space.
Just as the 3rd dimension allows an object to 'escape' the flat, two-dimensional plane, the number 3 has been traditionally identified as a number associated with creativity. On the spiritual plane I also think of it as a symbol of freedom of will.
To commemorate day three of #bahaiblogging I have made some lists, in sets of three, of topics I will attempt to blog about in the coming weeks.
Three parables (biblical)
Three analogies that help explain Baha'i principles (suggestions: principles of progressive revelation, of the oneness of humankind, and of the equality of women and men)
The three 'central figures' of the Baha'i Faith (The Bab, Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'l-Baha)
Three stories about The Bab
Three stories about Baha'u'llah
Three stories about 'Abdul-Baha
That makes 21 Posts, which will cover at least 3 weeks. Thank you for staying with me on this journey.
Peace and Love, Niki