An open letter to Patrick O’Mara by a Concerned Baha’i (Part 2)


To, 

Mr. Patrick O’Mara 
Secretary
National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United Kingdom 27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD
Tel: 020-7584-2566
Fax: 020-7584 9402

Subject : State of Bahá’í Faith – Serious Introspection (II) 

Dear Patrick,

This is second of my communication in a series in which I would like British Bahá’ís that matter to introspect. In the previous letter I had highlighted the growing influence of Persians and how the Bahá’í Faith in UK is left more as gossiping club than a progressing Faith. In this letter I wish to bring to attention the impersonal approach of Assemblies and Institutes in Britain and here again how the Persian shadow looms large.

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Dispute in the Baha’i Community of UK

ukAccording to the latest census of the United Kingdom, there are no more than 5000 Baha’is in the UK. Like every other country, the disputes are arising in the little Baha’i community of UK also. The remote controlling of NSA by the Baha’is of Persian Background is unbearable to many but a very few dare to speak due to fear of ‘Administrative Rights Removal’. I found this letter addressed to Patrick O’Mara (Paddy) posted on TRB by a concerned Baha’i of UK.

To,

Mr. Patrick O’Mara
Secretary
National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United Kingdom
27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD
Tel: 020-7584-2566 Fax: 020-7584 9402

Subject : State of Bahá’í Faith – Serious Introspection

Dear Patrick,

Introspection is such a priceless activity that it is sufficient to wake one up from a slumber of complacency. And the Bahá’í Faith today is in that slumber. Through this letter I would like to unravel hard realities, so that we understand that much as we would like to think grand about ourselves, the facts are different. Also, it would emerge how we get indulged in worthless activities based on vested instigations, leaving aside priorities.

Lets visit History of Bahá’í Faith in the UK, to set the ground for introspection.

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