Submitted by: Celina Tate

Bellingham Baha’i kids recently engaged in a special project in an effort to bring happiness and unity in the Whatcom County community.

These hand-painted rocks were designed to uplift others. Photo courtesy: Celina Tate and the Bellingham Baha'i kids.
These hand-painted rocks were designed to uplift others. Photo courtesy: Celina Tate.

These 6-10 year-olds, who are members of a Baha’i virtues class called “Brilliant Stars,” spent the morning offering free hot cocoa and hand-painted virtues rocks to passersby.

Their goal was to spread good cheer and warm people’s souls on this February day. The effort was inspired by the Baha’i celebration of Ayyám-i-Há, a time of gift-giving and charity.

 

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