Number of page: 308
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The 2010 Religion Census lists the Bahai faith as the second-largest religious tradition in South Carolina. So according to the census, South Carolina has a higher percentage of Baha’is than in any other state. (Christianity remains the largest religious tradition in every state.) To many, this will come as a surprise. This true story gives a glimpse into South Carolina Bahai activities beginning in the mid-1960s. It is told by personal narratives, news stories, and archival research. This is the story of peaceful evolution toward building spiritual communities. Spiritual community building can happen in South Carolina, anywhere and everywhere in the world. The story revolves around memories of Trudy, a selfless and devoted Bahai pioneer. Bahais in South Carolina and from around the world contributed stories of traveling with Trudy and sharing the Bahai Faith. Bahais from around the world were interested in and visited South Carolina throughout the storys time frame. The authors experiences as a native of South Carolina, as well as other South Carolinians, add local flavor. What is the Bahai faith
Who are the Bahais
Who is Bahaullah
In her later years, Trudy suffered from Alzheimers. However, there were two things Trudy never forgot: her granddaughters green eyes and that Bahaullah is who he says he is.
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