Being A Bahá’í Youth
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19 Things & Phrases All Bahá’í Youth Understand

"Let's consult..."

19 Things & Phrases All Bahá’í Youth Understand

Being a Bahá'í is a unique experience, being a Bahá'í youth is something completely different altogether. Luckily no one is alone, and we can can all share and laugh at the unique experience of being who we are.

Pictures of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the Greatest Holy Name literally everywhere in any Bahá’í home.

Having "Say God Sufficeth" and "Is There Any Remover of Difficulties" pop into your head at the most random times

The prayer voice

"Let's consult."

Accidentally saying Alláh-u-Abhá to non-Bahá’í's

Your parents are constantly trying to get you into a Ruhi group

"Are you an animator yet?"

"Can you be the animator for the JY?"

"You would be a greaaaat children's class teacher!"

"How are you dedicating your life to service?"

"Oh, you're seeing someone? Are they Bahá’í?"

"I got you this necklace! *Picture of the Greatest Holy Name*"

"Just a sec, I gotta go say my Obligatory Prayer."

"Did you say the long one or the short one tonight?"

"Which way is East?"

Starting off Feast with "Dear friends. . ."

"It's not Bahá’í, it's Bahá’í inspired."

"Did you know Rain Wilson is a Bahá’í? And Justin Baldoni? And Penn Badgley? OH, and Andy Grammer?"

"We're investigating each other's character. . . "

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