Sometimes telling others about a thing can help in learning or remembering things about it as well or strengthen ones formulations and understandings or re-affirm them.
Can you tell me all about the Baha'i faith/religion/practice?
How did you get into it, what is it as opposed to or differentiated from other things and what is it made up of or composed of thinking, reading, and performing?
You can make a thread about it if you wish and link me to it from here, I'm on a mobile device and having a little bit trouble navigating and finding things. This thread is easy to find though.
I want to understand everything I can about the Baha'i faith from you and why you prefer it overall and how it distinguishes itself from Islam and the Qur'an (non-sectarian), and the sects of Iran/Persia like Shia type stuff, and Sunni and all that and what people do in a day or their daily routine and practice m and what your goals are and how you live your life and what it is like practicing this and living in New York and all the realities of it so it can be like I really know what it is like to be in your shoes or slippers or socks or whatever, even those details count to me, like wearing socks in the apartment and performing some ritual and if cleanliness taboos exist or unusual anthropological information like that as well! I am fascinated by all such things!
Yeah! How much do you know about it so far and how do you practice it so far? What does it take to be one in your opinion? What does it take to not be one or to be disqualified or one could say of someone "they aren't one because they do such and such or don't do such and such"? Do you know any Baha'i people directly? There should be a few Baha'i centers and information and conversion organizations locally and online, its a pretty big and wealthy seeming organized religion. They have a beautiful building in Israel. I am in Vancouver Canada and I've seen lots of Baha'i stuff floating around here and passed by a center or building and everything.
As a matter of fact, I'm going to be visiting the Baha'i Center in NYC on Wednesday.
Does the Baha'i organization ask for anything? Like do they take a fee or tax or tithes from members or membership fees or anything like that?