Ask young members of the Baha'i Faith what they’re involved in, and you’ll likely hear stories about striving to help build sustainable communities, teaching children principles of morality, participating in interfaith programs and doing service projects, among other activities. Dorri Ziai, an MIT graduate, has been working with the junior youth population. She recently described what she is doing:
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Brian Aull and Zarrin Foster, two Cambridge community members who have raised two children of their own, have reentered the field of cultivating the minds and hearts of children in their community. About their experiences thus far, they have written the following:
A Baha'i children's class is a gathering to nurture the tender hearts and minds of children through spiritual education based on the Baha'i Sacred Writings. The goal is for them to develop the skills, virtues and motivations to become builders of a new world civilization based on unity and justice.