A Bahá'í Perspective is a podcast of biographical interviews of people who have either chosen the Bahá'í Faith as a way of life or who have a relationship with the Bahá'í Faith.
A Bahá'í Perspective: Jacqueline Claire
href="https://www.jacquelineclaireart.com/" target="_blank"Jacqueline is an artist whose motivation is exploring how art can be elevating, transcending, and culture-evolving, while also being inclusive, welcoming and participatory. Her work spans a range from fine art on canvas to children's illustration. We talk about her art, her work in groups, her podcast, and her upcoming book release. At the end of the interview we play one of her podcasts.
A Bahá'í Perspective: David Noll
David is a singer song-writer whose songs have been featured on on WDCB Public Radio in Chicago and WVPE in Indiana. His album Serenade to a Life was released in October 2016. We feature his song-writing in the interview. You can find his href="https://davidnollmusic.org/music" target="_blank"music here.
A Bahá'í Perspective: Harvey Garver
Harvey is a retired engineer, and author of " href="https://whatcomesafternations.com/" target="_blank"What Comes After Nations" and a regulator contributor to BahaiTeachings.org, a platform that allows individuals to share their personal perspectives and insights as they strive to implement the Baha#39;i teachings in their everyday lives. In the interview Harvey provides a very good explanation on the Baha'i concept of Progressive Revelation, which is basis for his book.
A Bahá'í Perspective: Klare KuOlga
Klare is a singer-songwriter whose style draws from her traditional roots of Papua New Guinea combined with elements of Jazz, Ramp;B, World and soul music. She refers to her style as ACOUSTIC SOUL/JAZZ MUSICIAN. We feature her music including the audio from a video she helped produce. You can find her href="https://klarekuolga.com/" target="_blank"music here.
A Bahá'í Perspective: Walter Heath
Walter is a singer-songwriter who uses principles based on the oneness of mankind for inspiration, with influences from his Christian upbringing for his songs. The ones we feature on the interview are songs inspired by the Baha'i writings. You can find his music on the website href="https://9starmedia.com/walter-heath-praise-his-name?zenid=8ag7qsekuiak7vmeqh15c13s04" target="_blank"9StarMedia.com.
A Bahá'í Perspective: Rhea Harmsen
Rhea is a href="https://rheaharmsen.wordpress.com/?fbclid=IwAR2VEOJCy3VJC_5Qt_Uq4rePbfECgklzyX0klEqYWYlEOHhj0Wtuzi98Z8w" target="_blank"poet, novelist and an agronomist. Her two works of poetry are Language of the Spirit and a spoken word CD entitled href="https://www.amazon.com/Isaiahs-Longing-Rhea-Harmsen-Robinson/dp/B00H05O59K" target="_blank"Isaiah's Longing. She reads a selection from Language of the Spirit and we play the title spoken word piece Isaiah's Longing. Rhea's three novels are, href="https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004RWI5C2/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i4" target="_blank"The Harvest of Reason, href="https://www.amazon.com/God-Created-Women-Rhea-Harmsen-ebook/dp/B00GTPSV42/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1amp;keywords=God+created+women+Rhea+harmsenamp;qid=1592322712amp;sr=8-1"God Created Women, and href="https://www.amazon.com/Intermarry-Rhea-Harmsen-ebook/dp/B00GNTUHIW/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1amp;keywords=intermarry+Rhea+harmsenamp;qid=1592322782amp;sr=8-1" target="_blank"Intermarry. She reads excerpts from her novels in the interview.