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Tracing the Stormbird's Descent cover

From the heartland of America comes this cycle of poems honoring the diverse peoples of the Great Northern Plains and beyond, reflecting a multigenerational healing quest to plant the tree of reconciliation among the sons and daughters of natives and immigrants. Cross-cultural insights and Baha’i themes combine brilliantly, like the lightning that heralds the golden eagle, to illuminate the vision for this New Day.

 

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The Flower at the End of the World: Book Cover

The fundamental questions of existence, and the ways in which faith informs, sustains, and challenges each of us are the themes of this perceptive collection. The author brings his experience as a follower of the Baha’i Faith to a wide range of human concerns, exploring the depths within the self and the grandeur of a God-suffused universe. This book will inspire, amuse, and awe you by turns.

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In this CD, Ron Tomanio and his daughter, Laurel Sabera, read original poems.  Some address eternal questions of Life and Spirit, some revolve around the Baha'i Faith, and some are just for fun!  The profound and the whimsical dance together delightfully in this collection.  Two of the poems included also appear in the book Edith Rose and Friends.

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This Side Up cover

Robert Mazibuko, former member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of South Africa and translator of the Kitab-i-Iqan into the Xhosa language, tells the story of his youth in a rapidly-changing Africa.  The era of apartheid in South Africa forms a counterpoint to his spiritual growth and maturity in the Faith, as the strictures of colonialism give way to a more unified vision of the world.  Along the way we meet familiar names:  Emeric and Rosemary Sala and Michael Sears among them, as well as others equally important to the establishment of the Faith in South Africa, but whose names have been unknown in the West until now.

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The Bond Joining East and West cover

In his time, Keith de Folo has been acquainted with well-known Bahá’ís, observed religion and politics in faraway countries, and witnessed firsthand the dawning of what we now refer to as “globalization”. Whether writing about a Nepali poet or illegal immigrants in the U.S., his Bahá’í insights into events on the world stage give us a different perspective from most writers commenting on the late 20th century. This collection draws from his experiences in Italy, Sri Lanka, Nepal (where he was a member of the first National Spiritual Assembly), Myanmar, and the United States to paint a vivid canvas of a world in change; a world whose similarities, however obscured by chance and circumstance, are greater than its differences.

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Night Train cover

The young engineer boards the train and begins a journey through the past—or present—or future. As he travels, birth, becoming, and destiny converge on the Night Train. Climb aboard! A fable for our time from our new imprint, Serpent Cliff.

 

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Memories of Africa cover

Robert Mazibuko brings his history of the Baha'i Faith in apartheid South Africa to the mid-1980s.  Despite the constant threat of arrest, imprisonment, or murder, the South African Baha'is courageously rose to live their beliefs and proclaim Baha'u'llah's message, bringing the Faith from obscurity.  To read this book is to discover once again the audacity and steadfastness of the early believers, and to acquaint ourselves with the heroes and martyrs of our own time, however distant from us they may lie.

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"In Spite of All Barriers" cover
Robert L. K. Mazibuko continues to record the major efforts to teach the Bahá’í Faith in apartheid South Africa in the late 1960s and onward.  He recounts the strategies learned during the travels of two people of different color and origin working together:  one a white American and the other a black South African under the strictures of culture and government. This book provides fascinating insights into how people working in unity can effect great change.