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"Consort with the followers of all religions in a spirit of friendliness and fellowship."

Worldwide, junior youth are participating in an endeavour that strives to give them a voice in today’s society. These junior youth groups are enhancing their power of expression, sharpening their spiritual perception and allowing them to analyse the constructive and destructive forces of society.
Who Participates in These Groups?

The participants of this group are junior youth between the ages of 12 and 15. This is a crucial period of a junior youth’s life as their consciousness is expanding and, day by day, they are becoming increasingly exposed to the forces of society.

The film series How We Grow, produced by The Illumine Media Project, begins with lines of chalk on a chalkboard that slowly morph into leaves, stems, and eventually a cherry tomato plant. The Toronto-based Baha’i-inspired initiative presents an organic, growth-oriented perspective through its films, and seeks to apply the same approach to its own development. The audience for its films are young people and their families, and the theme of growth resonates with these groups perhaps because youth is a time of immense growth and change.

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