A Global VisionThe writings of Bahá'u'lláh articulate a hopeful, yet pragmatic view of the future. The Bahá'í vision of a united, peaceful world reflects an understanding that humanity is approaching its maturity and is able to create a global society founded on justice and expressing trust, collaboration, and compassion. Statements prepared by the Bahá'í International Community, such as "The Promise of World Peace", "Who Is Writing the Future?", "The Prosperity of Humankind", and "Turning Point for All Nations", offer perspectives on the pathway to a future of exceptional advancement for all humanity.
Who is Writing the Future?
A Statement of the Bahá'í International Community. More >
Unity of the Human Race
In 1936, on the eve of the second World War, the Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith, Shoghi Effendi, wrote a letter to the Bahá'ís of the Western world in which he outlined the Bahá'í perspective on the establishment of a future global commonwealth. More >
A New Vision for Humanity's Future
One of the most distinctive aspects of the worldwide Bahá'í community is the hopeful and yet pragmatic way in which its members face the future. Far from fearing it, Bahá'ís the world over are dedicated to creating a new and peaceful world civilization based on principles of justice, prosperity, and continuing advancement. More >
Call to the Nations
The vital necessity of world order is largely acknowledged today but the means to achieve it baffle even its most passionate advocates. Meanwhile the process of disintegration continues unchecked and mankind's condition approaches the stage of despair. At this critical juncture the Universal House of Justice, the international governing body of the Bahá'í Faith, feels moved to proclaim again the meaning and purpose of the Bahá'í message and its pertinence to our very existence on earth. It has therefore selected the following passages from Shoghi Effendi's World Order letters, and offers them as a light and a guidance to all mankind in this dark period of our history. More >