The Bahá'í community - known for its outward focus on interfaith
relations and community service - turns inward for its annual month of
fasting and spiritual devotion, beginning Saturday.
"Just like in many religions, it is a time of prayer and meditation and reflection," said Brad James,
of Houston. "Bahá'ís view the fast as a time of spiritual purification.
In the process of fasting, we have special prayers revealed by
Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í faith."
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