• Ruhi Book 13 Unit 1 (Persian)

Ruhi Book 13 Unit 1 (Persian)

Engaging in social action is the focus of the thirteenth book in the Ruhi Institute’s sequence of courses.

Unit 1: Stirrings at the Grassroots

The first unit of this course examines instances of social action that are relatively simple and emerge naturally as the community-building process in a locality, cluster, or region advances. Within this context, participants gain insights into:

  • how the institute process creates conditions, at the level of the individual and at the level of culture, that are conducive to engagement in social action;
  • how social action emerges from natural stirrings at the grassroots;
  • how some of the initiatives that arise remain simple and last for just a short period, while others become more complex as they are sustained over time;
  • how acting within a shared conceptual framework allows the community to achieve coherence in its efforts;
  • how the institution of the Local...Show More

Engaging in social action is the focus of the thirteenth book in the Ruhi Institute’s sequence of courses.

Unit 1: Stirrings at the Grassroots

The first unit of this course examines instances of social action that are relatively simple and emerge naturally as the community-building process in a locality, cluster, or region advances. Within this context, participants gain insights into:

  • how the institute process creates conditions, at the level of the individual and at the level of culture, that are conducive to engagement in social action;
  • how social action emerges from natural stirrings at the grassroots;
  • how some of the initiatives that arise remain simple and last for just a short period, while others become more complex as they are sustained over time;
  • how acting within a shared conceptual framework allows the community to achieve coherence in its efforts;
  • how the institution of the Local Spiritual Assembly promotes and supports social action and assists the friends to avoid certain pitfalls;
  • and how the capacity to read social reality must consistently grow.
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  • Contributors:: Ruhi Institute (Developer)
  • Format: Softcover book | 70 pages
  • Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm | 187 g
  • Publisher: Ruhi Foundation
  • Language: Persian
  • ISBN: 2370000867414
  • SKU: RUHI_PER13U1
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