O friend, the heart is the dwelling of eternal mysteries, make it not the home of fleeting fancies; waste not the treasure of thy precious life in employment with this swiftly passing world. Thou comest from the world of holiness -- bind not thine heart to the earth; thou art a dweller in the court of nearness -- choose not the homeland of the dust.
The Seven Valleys And the Four Valleys, Page 36. Author: Bahá’u’lláh. Source: U.S. Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1991 pocket-size edition.
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