A Plea for Peace
by Huschmand Sabet
Peace cannot be attained through minimal demands for short-term solutions to the problems of disarmament alone, but only through a general solution: ‘The world is but one country and mankind its citizens.’
This book was written to present the Bahá’í Teachings on peace to non-Bahá’ís. Brief, witty and to the point, it is eminently suitable for use as a gift and for presentations.
Starting from the ‘peace debate’ of recent years, the author takes a fresh look at the whole subject, basing his argument solidly on the Bahá’í Teachings, including the Peace Message of October 1985 from the Universal House of Justice.
‘We can work more effectively towards the Lesser Peace when we set our sights on the Most Great Peace,’ says Mr Sabet.
From the cover of the book:
In the Federal Republic of Germany, Franz Alt’s best-selling book ‘Peace is Possible’ has given rise to a ‘peace debate’ drawing on ideas from Western thought in general and Christianity in particular.