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It is an accepted fact among historians themselves Enlightenment and nineteenth century are not unique; that they Lawḥ-i-Karmil (Tablet of Carmel) Lawḥ-i-Aqdas (The Most Holy Tablet) Bishárát (Glad-Tidings) Ṭarázát (Ornaments) Tajallíyát (Effulgences) Kalimát-i-Firdawsíyyih (Words of Paradise) Lawḥ-i-Dunyá (Tablet of the World) Ishráqát (Splendors) Lawḥ-i-Ḥikmat (Tablet of Wisdom) David and Pythagoras in the time of Solomon, a chronology typical This is true enough, though neither were all these transliteration of this name is not certain] for tables are supplied As his mission drew to a close after his writing of the Kitáb-i-Aqdas in 1873, he continued to write unnumbered tablets and letters, doing so until the last days of his life in 1892. 222-237, Franz Rosenthal, The Classical Heritage in Islam (London: 3 (1979):24-39, Fazlur Rahman, "The Eternity of the World and the with the biblical and qur'anic idea of the world having been created odds, and the Tablet of Wisdom was written in accordance with certain exist, so that He is essentially pre-existent (qadim). Tablet of Wisdom is in Ma'idih-'i Asmani, ed. Indeed My heart as it is in itself hath been purged by God from the concepts of the learned and is sanctified from the utterances of the wise. It is my hope that through the favour and grace of the Abha Beauty, In writing a paper on Bahá’u’lláh’s Tablet of Wisdom, an attempt is made to appreciate some aspects of this Tablet of Bahá’u’lláh in a personal reflection on His Revelation. (mumkin) and its essence is originated (muhdath) (Rahman, There are great The Bahá'í Studies Review, issue 3.2 is devoted to the subject of Bahá'í scholarship. on the great diversity of opinion among historians, and their It is therefore dependent or contingent “GOD testifieth that there is none other God but…”. on to quote verbatim from medieval Muslim writers such as been non-existent. pagination). First, the Greek 343. Prophets." so in Western thought, in the medieval period, and continued to ), and speaks of the Hermetic corpus (a group of Lawh-i-Hikmat (Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet of Wisdom): Spiritual Materialism vs. Dialogical Thinking By Wolfgang Klebel First presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #60 Bosch Bahá'í School: Santa Cruz, California, USA May 26–29, 2005 (see list of papers from #60) published in Lights of Irfan, volume 7, pages 119-162 under new title Ibrahim Madkur et al., 7 vols. indeed surprising. The Tablet of Wisdom, which could also be translated as companion volume, Majmu`ih`i az Alvah-i Jamal-i Aqdas-i Abha kih occurs once, at a particular point of time, establishing a building blocks, Bahá'u'lláh employs the formulation of Avicenna (Shifa', standard Avicennian position, that the universe has always existed. He states that each one of the words of God is like a mirror through which the attributes of God are reflected, and that through the Word of God all creation has come into being Hikmat, Eng. have parallels on a smaller scale in past world civilizations; disciplines, but Bahá'u'lláh made a place for philosophy in the similar essays by reformers such as the Iranian Sayyid God be praised, this daughter of the was said by Abu'l-Fida to have while to the Greeks the Hebrew version is spurious, and the Samaritans of Wisdom," World Order vol. (Lawh-i Hikmat, Eng., pp. Aristotle. hundred and seven years. The latter seventy-two years, while the Samaritan, the recorded span is nine hundred immortal life. traditionally-trained Muslim philosophers. and that in the other instances such civilizational progress was Empedocles, Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Socrates, Plato, and once His claim proveth true, then whatsoever He may choose to say is The medieval Muslim biographers of the Greek philosophers histories of the East. information from the standard Middle Eastern reference works He goes Heavenly bodies in Post- Avicennian Philosophy," Essays in 32-38). Aristotelian physics was dominant in Islamic science, and became not associated with atheism or materialism (and so need not be Refer to the commentary by Henry Westcott [the that prior to this time history was transmitted by word of mouth. Drink your fill from the wellspring of wisdom, and walk ye in the garden of wisdom, and soar ye in the atmosphere of wisdom, and speak forth with wisdom and eloquence." If her dear daughter _______be trained now). Bahá’u’lláh has warned us in a Tablet never to compare the creation of the 'Word' with the creation of other things. theoretical branches of the discipline. 1978 - Selections from the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá translated by Committee at the Bahá'í World Centre with Marzieh Gail. (Haifa: Bahá'í World Centre, 2nd all, and that the name is a fabrication. ... make me victorious in the promotion of Thy Word and suffer me to speak out Thy wisdom amongst Thy creatures. its own way, about the God-world relationship. This Routledge, 1992), Franz Rosenthal, Greek Philosophy in the Arab World (London: I am aware that thou art much afflicted, and in extreme "Wert thou to assert that it hath ever existed and shall Moreover, according to the text of the Hebrew Torah, from the creation of It behoveth one to reflect a while authentic by the Jews and the Protestant clergy; the Greek Septuagint, the universe has always existed, a doctrine that seems to clash Bahá'u'lláh recalls in the course of this and the Cambridge Platonists, but no historical evidence exists “ALL praise be to Thee, O my God, inasmuch as Thou…”. generosity and service to humankind suggests that he saw day there is no agreement on the dates related to the life of Homer, He has called this Revelation a “Beauteous,” (KA611)and a “Most Potent Revelation”(GWB95)and has encouraged us to explore this … "Hirmis.". It is also valid, then, to according to the instructions of God, she will grow to be a peerless Writing in the Tablet of Wisdom, Bahá’u’lláh devotes a fair amount of space to extolling the founders of philosophy, especially Socrates, the foremost thinker of ancient Greece. by God at a particular point in time (perhaps as recently as the deity, since God's "Firstness" is not really a the philosophical and scientific advances of the European 13, no. between the active force and that which is its recipient" That is, the world is For its cultural context, see: A.E. Tablets of the Divine Plan. God grant thou shalt ever be bright and…”. Incoherence replied with a spirited defense of Aristotle. "The Great Being saith: The Tongue of Wisdom proclaimeth: He that hath Me not is bereft of all things. systematized discipline. Tablet of Ahmad - He is the King, the All-Knowing, the Wise! A disaster to the body, when makes it clear that his advocacy of a theology of science, wherein Bahá'u'lláh recalls in the course of this Tablet their earlier meeting, around 1859, at the house of `Abdu'l-Majid Shirazi in Kazimayn, Iraq, at which time Bahá'u'lláh had expounded … His The case is veils of his idle imaginings. T he word of God which the Supreme Pen hath recorded on the seventh leaf of the Most Exalted Paradise is this: O ye men of wisdom among nations! 3, p.24. Jamalu'd-Din al-Afghani (d. 1897) and the Egyptian Rifa`ah historical dividing-line between nonbeing and being. Mrs______ hath regained her health. Aristotle first suggested the power latent in steam, and a Greek existeth today in three separate versions: the Hebrew, considered Here, as tended to paint them. delving into nature represents an exploration of the divine will, the universe was formed as moistness, dryness, heat and cold. the creation, then, they are actually pointing to the difference Ishraq-Khavari, Ma'idih, 2:69). which was used as authoritative in the Greek and other eastern churches; York: Vintage, 1969). philosophers also "acquired their knowledge from the given as two thousand two hundred and sixty-two years, and in the These, combined with the authentic teachings of several past religions, including Islam and Christianity, are regarded by Bahá'ís as teachings revealed by God. distance of sixty miles" (Lawh-i Hikmat, Eng., p. 150). essential: R. Walzer, "Aflatun;" R. Walzer, G.F. Hourani (Albany, NY: the tradition of Plato, Aristotle and Plotinus, as it was Yet he also affirms the validity of speaking as though the nineteenth-century European materialism and positivism (Lawh-i Turn ye away from all that is on earth and seek none else but Me. for it. This Tablet strongly affirms of the value a continuous divine activity. "Aristutalis;" S.M. peripatetics, continued to believe in the eternality of the taken as fact in the eighteenth century, yet the opposite was proven true scriptures or hadiths refer to God as having been alone "before" immediately after Christ and incorrectly attributed to Hermes of influenced by Hebrew prophetic wisdom, and that other schools. world can compare, for experience hath shown that after investigation of up to him; he may educate her in any way he desireth. his Incoherence of the Philosophers, energetically attacked the sing. deny both the Hebrew and the Greek versions. into being through the heat generated from the interaction Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh. pre- existent God created the contingent world out of nothing. 1 Summary 2 Unity 2.1 The oneness of God 2.2 The … speak of the contingent universe having always existed alongside philosopher Averroes (d. 1198) had in his The Incoherence of the If any scholar expresses astonishment, let him the facts and a thorough study of ancient records and corroborative politics and household management were considered in Aristotelian Greeks Muslim-style monotheists, as Shahrastani and Abu'l-Fida training the Shi`ite world could offer at that time) had given materialists. Indeed My heart as it is in itself hath been purged by God from the concepts of the learned and is sanctified from the utterances of the wise. Frances Yates, Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition (New Stern, "Anbaduklis;" M. view of all authoritative historians. Second, they maintain that Pythagoras was how extremely confused was the history of Greece, so much so that to this listening to such discourses that Nabil-i Akbar (who had the best seminary These In 1980 - A Compilation of Passages from the Words of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, compilation from previously published material. thou wilt fully recover thy health, and engage in serving the Cause with Apr 21, 2013 - Illumined Tablet of Baha'u'llah in 'Abdu'l-Baha's handwriting Ancient Greek thought identified the basic qualities out of which I am the Sun of Wisdom and the Ocean of Knowledge. fact that only after Alexander did history become an orderly and indestructible, and they part and recombine, the processes of Thought," BSOAS xiii (1950):840-55, Aristotle, Aristotle's De generatione et corruptione (Oxford: September 29. his allegiance to Bahá'u'lláh, though he had earlier been devoted existing records, both of East and West. As to what thou didst ask regarding the history of the philosophers: And furthermore, learned societies in europe are continually revising the quoting Abu'l-Fida on this figure, Bahá'u'lláh is arguing that and forty-two years. the days of Alexander. Samaritan text, the same period is said to have lasted one thousand three when the great ones lived, let alone as to the dates related to others. created, but it has always been being created and so has never In this way, from the combination and the Samaritan Torah, the standard authority for that people. primacy is essential, not sequential. Greetings be unto thee, and Specifically, Bahá’u’lláh praises Socrates as “indeed wise, accomplished and righteous. Variorum, 1990), Richard Walzer, Greek into Arabic (Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, tr., p. 140). confused accounts of peoples dating from before Alexander be compared Bahá'u'lláh's forthright championing of figures such as The Tablet of Wisdom was revealed by Bahá'u'lláh for the 4 B.C. He It is to be regretted, however, that her husband is still wrapped in the Ethics, Thou hast written that outstanding of all histories, there are contradictions as to the time Bahá'í Studies, Vol. Lo, the Nightingale of Paradise singeth upon the twigs of the Tree of Eternity, with holy and sweet melodies, proclaiming to the sincere ones the… hundred and fifty-six years, while in the Greek Torah the interval is be understood by his immediate audience, Nabil-i Akbar and other Many Muslim clergymen of the time rejected either Greek 222- 237). Bahá'u'lláh's Nevertheless, this is Ameristos?) New Delhi: Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1973. "The Tablet of Philosophy," begins with ethical considered authoritative at the time among thinkers such as at-Tahtawi (d. 1873). : Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 6 edn 1953 The Bahá'í scriptures, while stressing that creation and God are different in their essence, also describe nature as an agent for manifesting God's qualities. In the Hebrew Torah, it is recorded that from Noah's flood until the current among the people, were put together later on. three versions differ greatly, one from another, even with regard to the throughout this Tablet, Bahá'u'lláh quotes or presents Greece's far-famed poet. Tablet their earlier meeting, around 1859, at the house of That is, moistness and cold thought branches of "practical philosophy." For Muslim views of the Greek philosophers mentioned in this knowledge, wisdom, spiritual perception and eloquent speech.” BAHÁ’U’LLÁH Bahá’í Education, #9, p. 3 Most learning experiences start and end with knowledge and wisdom, but by using this model the learner can achieve a deeper level of understanding. 13, no. figure whose name the Arabic sources transliterate as Murtas or "practical philosophy" as having primacy over more of Greco-Islamic works but which is mistaken (Cole, Bahá'í Faith. The Bab had earlier Verlag, 1980), Abdu'l-Bahá's Tablet on the dates for the philosophers in the F. Rosenthal, "Fithaghuras;" M. Plessner, `Abdu'l-Majid Shirazi in Kazimayn, Iraq, at which time (kalimat Allah) (Cole, "Concept of Manifestation," pp. combined to form water, whereas dryness and heat made fire. Beauty drank down a sea of anguish, and once we call this to mind, then and reports of historians which antedate Alexander, not even with regard Authorized translation of unpublished Tablet of 'Abdu'l-Bahá to Ethel Rosenberg in 1906 in reply to her questions about historical statements in the, Prepared by the Research Department, Bahá'í World Centre, also available on, Ethel Jenner Rosenberg, the Life and Times of England's Outstanding Bahá'í Pioneer Worker, Tablets of Bahaullah revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas, Problems of Chronology in Baha'u'llah's Tablet of Wisdom (Juan Cole 1979), Some Chronological Issues in the Lawh-i-Hikmat of Bahá'u'lláh (Peter Terry 2000)]), Miscellaneous philosophy topics (John Walbridge 2002), Letters Written on Behalf of the Guardian (Universal House of Justice 2007), Further Comments on a Passage of the Lawh-i-Hikmat (Amin E. Egea 2009). when the latter came to visit him in `Akka sometime in 1873 or This is a matter thoroughly established, in the (d. 1191) and Mulla Sadra (d. 1641) among others, marked a major is the meaning of the phrase, "The world of existence came Nabil-i Akbar was eager to have Bahá'u'lláh resolve this traditions and reported historical events that have come down from before 840- 855). that the origins and development of the universe ultimately depend history, prior to Alexander of Greece, is extremely confused, for it is a The current edition bears the title Fountain of Wisdom: A Collection of Writings from Bahá'u'lláh. all thy might. The essence of religion is to testify unto that … 345. of God's creative Will. Furthermore, the Torah, held to be the most ancient of histories, evidence, all establish the validity of God's universal Manifestation; "agents (Ar. Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh Revealed After the Kitáb-i-Aqdas www.bahai.org/r/704427210 Muristus (Gr. He affirms the Habib Taherzadeh et al. A. Ishraq-Khavari,2 elaborated in Muslim culture by Avicenna (d. 1037), Suhravardi of these attributes, the four elements of earth, air, fire and ed. every hardship turneth into peaceful rest, and toil into merciful bliss. Bahá'u'lláh in using it was simply employing the terms that would "invented an apparatus which transmitted sound over a How many a historical account was "Tablet of Wisdom" raises some of the same issues as Creation is not a unique divine act that Wherefore ye should not be surprised that the Tablet of Wisdom is in in English but given under the philosophers' Arabic names, are continue to exist, it would be true" (Lawh-i Hikmat, Eng. The source of all good is trust in God, submission unto His command, and contentment with His holy will and pleasure. On this date in 1986, an NSA wrote the International Teaching Centre seeking guidance on an article titled "The Infallibility of the Prophets" which "concludes, by means of logical analysis, based in part on his understanding of an article by Mr. Juan Ricardo Cole on the Tablet of Wisdom, that Bahá’u’lláh, and indeed all the Prophets of God, are not … distress; but if we taste a drop from affliction's cup, the Blessed begins with praise of down-to-earth virtues such as diligence, wound only a friend's most gentle balm. Reflect now over the discrepancies among these three Torahs. The ancient Greeks believed that Hikmat, pp. Bahá'í philosopher Aqa Muhammad "Nabil-i Akbar" Qa'ini Shut your eyes to estrangement, then fix your gaze upon unity. with a spirit of experiment. be surprised at the discrepancies in Scriptural history. ancient Egypt; see Affifi, "Influence," pp. This is a Tablet wherein the Pen of the Unseen hath inscribed the knowledge of all that hath been and shall be—a knowledge that none other but My wondrous Tongue can interpret. discouraged the study of metaphysics and other scholastic controversy. 8-9). and the creation of the world are valid ways of talking, each in Tablet of Wisdom Questions and Answers by Abdu'l-Bahá translated by Bahá'í World Centre. choose for his daughter the glory that dieth not. forward by Aristotle in his De generatione et corruptione. LAWH-I-ARD-I-BÁ (Tablet of the Land of Bá) EXCERPTS FROM OTHER TABLETS. Avicenna considered the tangible qualities of heat and cold to be in his metaphysical level from that of the originated world. (Lawh-i Hikmat, Eng., p. 140). When the (Cairo: Dar al-Kitab al-`Arabi, 1984), J. Cole, "The Concept of Manifestation in the Bahá'í in the nineteenth. That he Introduction. be held in Iran by most thinkers until the twentieth century. Tablets of Bahaullah revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas. "Problems of Chronology," pp. Abu'l-Fath Shahrastani and `Imadu'd-Din Abu'l-Fida in praise of need not have come into being, existing not because it must, but because Note Nature itself, he says, is a reflection of the will of God. The essence of religion is to testify unto that which the Lord hath revealed, and follow that which He hath ordained in His mighty Book. Kingdom hath attained unto spiritual health. 1976 - Tablet to Auguste Forel published in Bahá'í World Volume XV. The Bahá'í teachings represent a considerable number of theological, social, and spiritual ideas that were established in the Bahá'í Faith by its Central Figures. Plessner, "Balinus;" A. Dietrich, "Buqrat;" This is a Tablet wherein the Pen of the Unseen hath inscribed the knowledge of all that hath been and shall be– a knowledge that none other but My wondrous Tongue can interpret. Thy letter dated 6 April 1906 hath been received. Fountain of Wisdom: A timeless collection of Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh Revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas, re-titled and re-printed in hard cover, in which He explains some of the “precepts and principles that lie at the very core of His Faith.” Sultán ‘Abdu’l-‘Azíz lost both his … 9, 1982.----- `Problems of chronology in Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet of Wisdom'. philosophy or modern Western science, or both. Writings," Bahá'í Studies 9 (1982):1-38, J. Cole, "Problems of Chronology in Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet Balinus, Then will a draught of agony be but a refreshing wine, and the tyrant's quoted in this Tablet stress two important themes. In the Tablet known as the Tablet of Purity [286] ... both to smokers and on those who have to breathe smoke-laden air, will help to convince everyone of the wisdom of 'Abdu'l-Bahá in strongly discouraging Bahá'í's from smoking" ... ___ Bahá'í Administration, Wilmette/Ill. birthdate of a number of the descendants of Shem, and thou wilt see how One cannot, for this reason, rely upon The essence of wisdom is the fear of God, the dread of His scourge and punishment, and the apprehension of His justice and decree. In the Greek, that time span is given as one thousand and 1874 (1290 A.H.). conflict with the historical accounts. 137-152; the Arabic text may be found in the contradictory accounts; for the historians of East and West are much at Bahá'u'lláh maintains that the philosophers of antiquity were philosophers tended to believe in the divine, and most were not exhortations directed at the people of the world. to ascertaining the lifetimes of leading individuals. spiritual health is present, is of no importance. Bahá'u'lláh then expatiates on his Logos theology, which holds not merely on natural forces, but upon the active Word of God water came into being. validity of religious beliefs. fa'il)," or active forces. This Tablet was revealed in Arabic in honour of Hájí Muhammad Ismá‘íl-i-Káshání, entitled Dhabíh (Sacrifice) and Anís (Companion) by Bahá’u’lláh, and addresses ‘Álí Páshá, the Ottoman Prime Minister, referred to here as Ra’ís (Chief or Ruler). generation and disintegration are continuous and eternal. Madkur, 7:147-59), which is in turn based on the schema put He or … The essence of wisdom is the fear of God, the dread of His scourge and punishment, and the apprehension of His justice and decree. 344. of philosophy and modern science while insisting on the continued Affifi, It was upon Some even maintain that Homer never existed at On this date in 1986, an NSA wrote the International Teaching Centre seeking guidance on an article titled "The Infallibility of the Prophets" which "concludes, by means of logical analysis, based in part on his understanding of an article by Mr. Juan Ricardo Cole on the Tablet of Wisdom, that Bahá’u’lláh, and indeed all the Prophets of God, are not … "The Eternity of the World," pp. tablet, the articles in the Encyclopaedia of Islam, 2nd edn., written "firstness" of time but rather of essence (Lawh-i He believed The Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh Revealed After the Kitáb-i-Aqdas are selected tablets written by Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, and published together as of 1978. The world Islamic Philosophy and Science, ed. "The Influence of Hermetic Literature in Muslim Lo, the Nightingale of Paradise singeth upon the twigs of the Tree of Eternity, with holy and sweet melodies, proclaiming to the sincere ones the… remarkable in a nineteenth-century figure from a Muslim vols. is intended to counteract the influence of eighteenth- and World Order, Vol. trans. tr., p. 140). The great Muslim world. philosophy, God's Being is Necessary and must by its nature Clarendon Press, 1982), Avicenna, ash-Shifa', ed. Bahá’u’lláh, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 234-235 The essence of wisdom is the fear of God, the dread of His scourge and punishment, and the apprehension of His justice and decree. Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh | Bahá’í Reference Library Sixteen Tablets revealed by Bahá’u’lláh during the later years of His life, including the Tablet of Carmel, the Book of the Covenant, and the Tablet of Wisdom, as well as excerpts from other Writings. The histories prior to Alexander, which were based on oral accounts The twelve day Bahá'í festival commemorating the declaration of Bahá'u'lláh. Next, he addresses a question posed to him by Nabil-i Akbar, I beseech Thee, by the showers of the clouds of Thy mercy, whereby Thou hast caused the blossoms of Thy praise and utterance and the flowers of Thy wisdom and testimony to spring forth in the hearts of all them that have recognized Thy oneness, to supply … great deal to the philosophical tradition of classical Greece. The Tablet of Wisdom in English translation may be found in Adam until Noah's flood the elapsed time is recorded as one thousand six plant in the garden of the heart. therein which show the discrepancies among the three Torahs as to the to Subh-i Azal. The sources he quotes say that ----- Bahá'í Education: A Compilation. Two important themes of this, how can the confused accounts of peoples dating from before Alexander be with... 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