Philosophy starts within the single thinking mind.
It expands into infinite worlds of perception and interpretation.
At the end of each world of thought rests again a single individual.
So does thought travel from one to one,
beginning to end, same to same,
has and always will be unity.
δ) Tree of Life
The Bahá’í Faith (Arabic: Baha’iyyah) is a monotheistic religion emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind. Three core principles establish a basis for Bahá’í teachings and doctrine: the unity of God, that there is only one God who is the source of all creation; the unity of religion, that all major religions have the same spiritual source and come from the same God; and the unity of humanity, that all humans have been created equal, and that diversity of race and culture are seen as worthy of appreciation and acceptance. According to the Bahá’í teachings, the human purpose is to learn to know and love God through such methods as prayer, reflection, and being of service to humanity.
Perennialists believe that one should teach the things that one deems to be of everlasting pertinence to all people everywhere. They believe that the most important topics develop a person. Since details of fact change constantly, these cannot be the most important. Therefore, one should teach principles, not facts. Since people are human, one should teach first about humans, not machines or techniques. Since people are people first, and workers second if at all, one should teach liberal topics first, not vocational topics.
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4,000 Years of Human History (1931)