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 Armenian Baha'is celebrate their New Year

 Armenian Baha'is celebrate their New Year

"Baha’is in Armenia, as in over 200 countries, celebrate their New Year's Day on this equinox each year. Since Armenia regained its independence in the early 1990s, the Armenian Baha'is  has been re-established and has warmly invited hundreds of their friends, colleagues, neighbors, and relatives from the wider society to join in their celebrations. As expressed by Baha'i teachings, 'we as a society are one well-connected body; there is no "us" and "them" but rather we are part of the whole.' This belief underscores the efforts to foster harmony and progress within Armenia and beyond."


"The Baha'i New Year typically features singing, eating, dancing, and socializing, creating an environment where a warm, diverse, and fascinating group of people gather. This celebration allows everyone to 'enjoy each other’s company and truly welcome the exciting, unlimited possibilities of a new year,' thus highlighting the inclusivity and joy of this significant occasion."


"However, Baha'i New Year is not only a festive time but also serves as a poignant reminder of the oneness of all the messengers of God, and the spiritual renewal each has brought to humanity. Abdu’l-Baha elaborates that New Year 'represents the return of the Sun of Reality, when a re-awakening of the spirit occurs and the light of a new revelation shines equally upon the entirety of God’s creation.' This description illuminates the deeper spiritual significance embedded in the celebration of the Baha'i New Year."

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