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Wednesday Review and Thursday Planning
Istijlál (Majesty), 6 ‘Izzat (Might) 175 B.E. - Thursday, September 13, 2018

My Wednesday accomplishments were writing the poem "Plastic Pollution, reviewing four items, and finishing two article in the series Understanding Human Nature   by Tim Wood. The third article in this series Justice as a Spiritual Quality   was published today. I will read it before I go to sleep tonight, which means I may read it on my smartphone after I finish working online today. I have a few things to catch up today because I didn't get back to the house and online until after lunch.


Today, I signed up for the October "30-Day Blogging Challenge. I have one poem to write, called the Puente, and one to start for a poem to start for "Stormy's poetry newsletter & contest which is due October 6. In addition, I need to review four or five items, and begin cleaning out my writing.com inbox. I think there are some review I need to acknowledge.

I started a poem a couple of days a go, which was inspired by the first chapter of The Sufferings of Baha'u'llah, so I will be rereading the first chapter until I finish the poem. After that, I'll go on the reread the rest of the book. The book contains scriptures revealed by Baha'u'llah concerning his exile from his home country of Persia (Iran). Many of these scriptures were revealed after His arrival in Akka in Palestine (Israle). Here is the first stanza:

         He is the wronged one of the world,
         At Him the spears of hate were hurled,
         Still He proclaimed to all God's love,
         And the plans for unity unfurled.

I think this is going to be a Rubaiyat; however, I could change my mind before its finished.


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