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 https://plus.google.com/107290419352782290509/. (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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