Inside the old pilgrim house

For Bahá’ís prayer has a central place in life.  Bahá’ís believe that prayer is our connection with God and with our own spiritual reality – regardless of our religion or belief – and that connecting to this part of our nature helps us not only to develop spiritually but also to better contribute to the well-being of humanity.  Everything that we do must belong to a coherent whole. For example, Bahá’u’lláh describes how our work – regardless of what it may be – is more than just a mundane necessity –
“Work done in the spirit of service is the highest form of worship.”
For Bahá’ís the idea of our individual prayers and spiritual practises

“For a Bahá’í true wealth lies not in money but in spiritual qualities and in serving humanity.”