Baha’i Temple Ceiling

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Here’s an enthralling new image of the ceiling of the Baha’i House of Worship in Evanston, Illinois. Taken by Michael Bennett, a Chicago-area resident who frequently walks and takes early-morning pictures of Lake Michigan and its environs.

At the center of the Baha’i Temple ceiling is a sacred symbol of the Baha’i Faith — the “Greatest Name”, a calligraphic rendering of the Arabic for “God the All-Glorious” or “O Thou Glory of the Most Glorious”.

Since Michael showcases his work on the Google Plus social network, please consider following him there. His profile page is at (You don’t have to be on Google Plus to view his stuff!)

Please note — you can read all the comment’s on Michael’s original post by clicking the comment drop-down link. If you’re logged into your any Google service, you can “plus” the image by clicking the box, at the lower right of the image, with “+” and a number. (For those just tuning in, a “plus” is the Google equivalent of a Facebook “like”.)

So please click that plus-button, and leave enthusiastic comments for Michael. He works hard at his craft, and shares it generously. This is someone to watch!

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