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Like Unto Glass – Ali Youssefi feat. Jasmine [Official Video]

Make Haste to Love

If You Desire – Ali Youssefi [Official Video]

Make All Mankind As Stars – Prayer for Unity by Abdu’l-Baha, Music by Pierre Weber

Of the Spirit – Music by Roya Bennett

“Help me to Triumph” by Sasha, Saeon & Sam

“This Thy Servant” by Alina Gershuny-Jadduroy

“Ayuda a tus Amados (Help Your Loved Ones)” by Sasha Bayan & Sam Suggs

“Prayer for America” by Amelia Rae

“O God Guide Me” by Satchit, Sharlene & Prasad

“Ay Talebeh Malakoot” by Ladan Ghiami

“The Ones Who Are Called” by Mona, Sasha & Sam

“O Nkulunkulu (O God)” by Busisiwe & Bokamoso

“O That I Could Travel” by James, Louise, Maryam & Nabil

Anthem (Acoustic) – by Ramine Yazhari

ITORO ABDU’L-BAHA (Praise of Abdu’l-Baha) – Official Music Video

100 Years (Honoring Abdu’l-Baha) – Ali Youssefi

“Make Me As Dust” by Danika, Lauren, Adeeb & Jeremy

“My Name is Abdu’l-Baha” by the South African Baha’i Choir

Marie-Claire Saindon – When A Thought Of War

Abdu’l-Baha – Denzil Aumua (5 Year Plan Festival, Brisbane, Australia)

Fred’s Song – Tom Francis (5 Year Plan Festival, Brisbane, Australia)

Necklace of a King – Zac & Devina (5 Year Plan Festival, Brisbane, Australia)

Paper Cranes – Tom Francis (5 Year Plan Festival, Brisbane, Australia)

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