Mothers, Fathers and Children
Mothers, Fathers and Children

Mothers, Fathers and Children

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Originally published in Persian in 1960 under the title Essays on Education which has become a widely used guide to parenting.

How to educate a child according to Baha'i principles while dealing with a day-to-day problems: this is the subject of this immensely practical book. The Baha'i reader will realize more than ever, some of the implications of the many references in the Baha'i writings to raising children. The author approaches his subject with knowledge and zest, with sympathy and with encouragement to enjoy their children, to take a moral stand, and above all, to realize that being a mother or father is an honorable activity.

 

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Author: Ali Akbar Furutan.

Format: Softcover book, 244 pages, 14 x 22 cm.

Publisher: Baha'i Literature and Publication Trust (India), 1999; reprint 2018.

About  Ali Akbar Furutan

Ali Akbar Furutan was born in Iran and accompanied his parents in 1914 to Ishqabad, Russia, when he was nine years old. After his studies in the Baha'i school in 'Ishqabad, he taught there for four years, and then became the Principal of two schools and two kindergartens in that city. In 1926 he went to Moscow, where he took his degree at Moscow University in child psychology and education.

In 1934 he was appointed Principal of the Tarbiyat School for Boys in Tihran, and in that year was elected as member and Secretary of the first National Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is of Iran. He served in that capacity for twenty four years. He was appointed a Hand of the Cause of God in 1951 and with three fellow Hands of the Cause and four Counsellors, he was one of those who constitute the nucleus of the International Teaching Centre at the World Centre of the Baha'i Faith and served there till his last breath as a resident Hand of the Cause.

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