Our friend, Jeannette, recycles pictures from calendars, pastes printed quotations from the Holy Writings from the Baha'i Faith, Christian, Islam, Judaism, Native American beliefs, and more.
Then she laminates them and offers them to patients at work, sends them to her dear grandchildren (when they got a bird as a pet they received a set of prayer/quotation 'large cards' all with different birds).
What a lovely hobby and service and way to share the love of Bahá'u'lláh 💟
We met Jeannette at the Bluebonnet Conference near Austin, TX in February this year. It was so touching to see her be so excited and happy and glowing in her service to others.
She said this today:
Allah'u'Abha Happy Naw Rúz to you and to your family, love the joyous greetings... Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. 🙏 Since gatherings are really limited now I am finding that showing and giving the laminated pictures with quotes is an opportune way of teaching.
Sharing them with my patients gets a positive response 🤗.
Am also doing this using a quotation from the New Testament and 'Abdu'l-Bahá
Here is an example from a photo I sent to a friend.
Here is another laminate with quotes from many Scriptures: 😍
Love and heartfelt greetings 😍
Questions: What are other ways we can show our love? Recycle and create and craft and teach?