The sixth principle of Baha'u'llah is: Equal opportunity of the means of Existence Every human being has the right to live; they have a right to rest, and to a certain amount of well-being.

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Religions, races, and nations are all divisions of man's making only, and are necessary only in his thought; before God there are neither Persians, Arabs, French nor English; God is God for all, and to Him all creation is one.

We must obey God, and strive to follow Him by leaving all our prejudices and bringing about peace on earth.

And they say that until the wayfarer taketh leave of self, and traverseth these stages, he shall never reach to the ocean of nearness and union, nor drink of the peerless wine. The steed of this Valley is patience; without patience the wayfarer on this journey will reach nowhere and attain no goal.

Nor should he ever be downhearted; if he strive for a hundred thousand years and yet fail to behold the beauty of the Friend, he should not falter.

All the peoples have a fundamental belief in common.

Being one, truth cannot be divided, and the differences that appear to exist among the nations only result from their attachment to prejudice.

Nobody should die of hunger; everybody should have sufficient clothing; one man should not live in excess while another has no possible means of existence.

Let us try with all the strength we have to bring about happier conditions, so that no single soul may be destitute.

The seventh principle of Baha'u'llah is: The Equality of Men -- equality before the Law The Law must reign, and not the individual; thus will the world become a place of beauty and true brotherhood will be realized.