Baha’i Blog Is on TikTok!

Baha’i Blog is on TikTok!! And we’re very excited about it!

If you’ve been following along, you know that Baha’i Blog is headed in a new direction. We’re putting our efforts towards augmenting Baha’i Blog with new ways of surfacing, celebrating and utilising the arts in the hopes that it inspires people in Australia to participate in the transformation of society. Part of our exploration involves using a platform and creating forms of video content that are totally new to us.

As part of the changes we’re implementing, we’re also focusing on our audience in Australia and engaging more Australian creators. It’s never too late to get involved and you can find out more about how to be part of our Creator Network here!

We’re still in the early stages of developing our TikTok channel and we’ll continue to create, consult and reflect on what we’re learning. We’d really love to hear what you think of the videos we’ve already made: input and feedback are more than welcome! You can comment below or email [email protected]

Follow us on TikTok: @thebahaiblog

Here is a sampling of some of the videos we’ve shared so far:

@thebahaiblog Reflections for Peace gathering in Melbourne #Peace #unity #prayer #bahai ♬ original sound – thebahaiblog

@thebahaiblog Bahji is a young musician teaching us a song he and his friends composed about uniting the peoples of the world! #unity #peace #bahai ♬ original sound – thebahaiblog

@thebahaiblog Did you know about the Sydney Baha’i House of Worship? #bahai #didyouknow ♬ Peace – Official Sound Studio

@thebahaiblog 3 weeks ago, Sydney held a Youth Conference where themes of the power of youth, service to humanity, and community building were studied. These are some reflections of that event #bahai #humanity #community #service #unity #youth ♬ Sorrow, lo-fi, chill out, loop(948516) – Tsuyoshi_san

Thanks for watching! We can’t wait to hear what you think!

About the Author

In her innermost heart, Sonjel is a stay-at-home parent and a bookworm with a maxed out library card but professionally she is a museologist with a background in English Literature. She currently lives on Prince Edward Island, an isle in the shape of a smile on the eastern Canadian coast. Sonjel is a writer who loves to listen to jazz when she's driving at night.

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