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    My Dear Brother Mario,
    Thank you very much for helping me to write in Daheshville.Actually i have many experiences to share with you,and with all our Daheshist brothers.
    I have read many of our guiding beloved prophet's books,and they help me a lot in my spiritual life since they are inspired by God,and contain all what we need to know about the Daheshist faith.And of course the stories about reincarnation,contain the proof by God's holy inspiration,which is witnessed by many of his close friends and believers.
    And indeed our guiding beloved prophet is the heavenly treasure that every living soul needs to complete it's way accross temptations and difficuties,for if the spiritual road is very hard,God will find us the solution and way through the light of the messangers who came to the world,and,God's final plan was fulfilled by the coming of our Guiding beloved prophet.
    My brother Mario,all the Daheshist brothers send you their best reagards,including my father.
    And by god's will I will be sharing with you,and with all our brothers in Daheshville forums anything that happens in my life in this great journey of faith.And God bless you.
    Best regards,
    Youssef Kabalan Salameh

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    Dear Brother Youssef,

    Welcome and thank you for this incredible message of hope.

    You are indeed in a very special position being that you have had access to Doctor Dahesh's writings and can give us exact quotes from his books. Secondly, the fact that the Daheshist Brothers in Beirut (including your father) send their best regard is — truly— proof that Daheshville is not (according to what we were told) a "bad" place. So, I cannot even begin to express my joy at that news.

    Tell me, how is our dear Sister "Z" doing? To protect her privacy, I am an not revealing her name without her blessing. I am referring to the Daheshist Heroine Marie Haddad's only living daughter, and sister of the Daheshist Martyr Madga Haddad. Sister "Z" was always kind and generous, and perhaps the sweetest person I've ever met in my life! I hope she doing well and please send her my regards and tell her that the Mission, God Willing, IS going to grow and enrich the hearts and souls of those eagerly waiting for it. Tell her that her Prophet's Mission is alive and well. Tell her that her Sister Marie Haddad's bravery and Madga Haddad's ultimate sacrifice will NEITHER be forgotten NOR go in vain!

    Your Brother Mario
    "Fail, to succeed."

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    • #3
      Dear Youssef... Welcome my brother from 'across the river'... It is so nice to read your kind words and meet you here in Daheshville. I look forward to 'meeting' you here often and hearing/reading more of your thoughts and experiences.

      While I have never met any of you, I have heard of you through Mario. Please extend my warm wishes and prayers to each of you, my distant brothers and sisters.

      All the best,
      David

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      • #4
        Welcome Dear Brother

        Originally posted by Yousef Kabalan Salameh View Post
        My Dear Brother Mario,
        Thank you very much for helping me to write in Daheshville.Actually i have many experiences to share with you,and with all our Daheshist brothers.
        I have read many of our guiding beloved prophet's books,and they help me a lot in my spiritual life since they are inspired by God,and contain all what we need to know about the Daheshist faith.And of course the stories about reincarnation,contain the proof by God's holy inspiration,which is witnessed by many of his close friends and believers.
        And indeed our guiding beloved prophet is the heavenly treasure that every living soul needs to complete it's way across temptations and difficulties,for if the spiritual road is very hard,God will find us the solution and way through the light of the messengers who came to the world,and,God's final plan was fulfilled by the coming of our Guiding beloved prophet.
        My brother Mario,all the Daheshist brothers send you their best regards,including my father.
        And by god's will I will be sharing with you,and with all our brothers in Daheshville forums anything that happens in my life in this great journey of faith.And God bless you.
        Best regards,
        Youssef Kabalan Salameh
        Welcome!

        It would be most enjoyable to know more about you and your family. We are separated by so much space and here we are a very small community. Your presence is appreciated.

        I, myself, have only become aware of Dr Dahesh recently and I am wondering how he was kept so long as a secret. Possibly I was not looking in the right places. Almost anything that you have to share would be of great value.

        Again, welcome.
        Last edited by Daheshville; 07-13-2007, 12:54 PM. Reason: Correcting Yousef's middle name in the quotation after correcting it in the main database.

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        • #5
          Dear brother Johnson,
          Thank you very much for your letter.I have read one of your articles in the magazine "the voice of Dahesh".it is "called a message to my Daughter",Actually one experience in it thae pure soul God gives us,and how we have to grow spritually in order to keep the soul strong,and therefore keeping it pure,and that's by turning to God's teachings which are the main and essential food for our souls.
          And that's how we are born inDaheshism to experience the life that God really wants his followers to walk through.Again God bless,and i have many things to share with you in God's will.
          Best regards,
          Youssef Kabalan Salameh

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          • #6
            Hello Dear brother,
            Thank you or your message.however as for Daheshism,our guiding beloved prophet's message spread strongly at the begenning of it's rise.But it faced the greatest persecution that wud ever come to any Godly mission.And it's teachings reached almost every country inthe world.Actually every relegion that begins has many opposers.But thanks God all ways which are trying to hinder it's progress are now fading in the face of God's power.Since there are many people who know about it,and are against it in our days,oftenly oppose it,and they don't talk about our guiding beloved prophet.And that's not only in Lebanon,but also everywhere.
            And we are still preaching God's word in Daheshism,and we know that the truth in it shall prevail.
            Thank you again,and god bless you.
            Best regards,
            Youssef Kabalan Salameh

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Yousef Kabalan Salameh View Post
              Hello Dear brother,
              Thank you or your message.however as for Daheshism,our guiding beloved prophet's message spread strongly at the begenning of it's rise.But it faced the greatest persecution that wud ever come to any Godly mission. And it's teachings reached almost every country in the world. Actually every religion that begins has many opposers.But thanks God all ways which are trying to hinder it's progress are now fading in the face of God's power.Since there are many people who know about it,and are against it in our days,oftenly oppose it,and they don't talk about our guiding beloved prophet.And that's not only in Lebanon,but also everywhere.
              And we are still preaching God's word in Daheshism,and we know that the truth in it shall prevail.
              Thank you again,and god bless you.
              Best regards,
              Youssef Kabalan Salameh
              Hello Brother Youssef.

              I think Ron was referring to the size of the Daheshville community, as opposed to the actual number of Daheshists worldwide, which I've always heard was enormous.

              However, if you GOOGLE "Dahesh" you still get a very limited number of links that openly speak about him as a Prophet. Even the Dahesh Museum itself—and until today—has neither retracted the false statement it made in 1996, nor apologized for it. And, as far as we can tell, it is still perpetuating the notion that Dr. Dahesh was a philosopher. Anything BUT a prophet.

              In a six page article titled "The Riddle of Doctor Dahesh" published in the December 1996 issue of ArtNews magazine, we found the following official statement on behalf of the Dahesh Museum board of directors:

              Kaplan goes even further. Speaking on behalf of the board, she denies that Dr. Dahesh founded the spiritual movement. "He didn't establish it," Kaplan says. "The fact is, these people (Daheshists), that's what they say. He never proclaimed himself anything, not a prophet, not a reincarnation. He never claimed anything that people are claiming for him. He was born a Christian, and he must have been very charismatic.".

              What would Marie Haddad say to that? How about Magda? HOW ABOUT DR. DAHESH?!

              So, in that regard, Ron is absolutely right.

              What does it matter if you have 100 million, or trillion Daheshists who call themselves Daheshists and only a handful of them are brave enough to say—when asked to make a public statement about him—what they really believe?

              I said it once and I'll say it again: we don't care if anyone wishes to remain hidden.

              It is not our place to tell anyone how they should express their faith.

              However, anyone who makes public announcements regarding Dr. Dahesh is (whether they want it or not) speaking on the behalf of ALL Daheshists.

              All that aside, we've recently heard from a reliable source that GHAZI BRAX himself explained (as well as acted out) what the Doctor had said pertaining to that issue. According to our source, Ghazi saw and heard the Doctor show him (while visiting with him the building on Columbus Center) where he envisioned THE BOOKSTORE... the DAHESHIST BOOKSTORE selling the works of DOCTOR DAHESH... would be located.

              Now, assuming our source did not alter Ghazi's statement, and assuming the Trustees (years later) were never told by the Doctor to separate the Museum from the Bookstore, then we have a major problem on our hands, in that the VISION of the DOCTOR was not fully fulfilled.

              However, and even if there HAD to be a separation between the two: what would be the problem in telling people "Look, this is the Museum, and OVER THERE is everything having to do with Daheshism."

              You see, there is a HISTORY behind the Dahesh Museum Collection which has been totally erased.

              It is one thing to visit a museum and think that a particular piece of art was purchased by an art lover, and a completely different matter when you know what that art lover had to go through in order to acquire, safeguard, transport, and exhibit the aforementioned piece of art.

              When I go into the Space Museum and I see the relatively modest space capsules on display in the lobby, I might shrug my shoulders and say "what's the big deal? These look like Ford Model "T" compared to today's sophisticated machines. Heck, my computer has a zillion times more power than the computers used in those days!"

              But if I knew the history of the Mercury and Appolo space programs, and how (for example) utterly violent it is for a capsule to re-enter the atmosphere, and that the men who were the first to insert their bodies into these metal projectiles were practically signing their death warrants, THEN I might have a whole different level of respect when my hand touches the transparent plastic covering which protects the charred back side of the capsule... What would otherwise look deformed and ugly, becomes perfect and beautiful... Regardless of what I might feel about the space program itself...

              Daheshism if filled with stories of bravery and sacrifice.

              There wouldn't be a Museum without the bravery and sacrifice of certain individuals, such the Martyr Ali Ombargi. He practically died protecting the collection.

              Isn't his death worth mentioning?

              Dr. Dahesh was jailed, tortured, exiled... ("Innocent in Chains") and for WHAT? So that the NYC elite go and sip coffee and attend "soirees" at the Opaline (or whatever it's called) Cafe?!

              Our source visited the museum... She was very disappointed... She didn't feel that the "spirit" of the Doctor was present in that facility...

              So, my dear brother Youssef, let us not feel anything BUT shame and embarrassment...

              Of course, I may still be wrong, and there MAY be a good reason for all of this method... But, I don't know... It does not sound, nor feel right to me...
              And, until today, no one has spoken on this issue, which has caused the Daheshist Mission a lot, a LOT of trouble...
              Last edited by Daheshville; 07-13-2007, 12:56 PM. Reason: Correcting Yousef's middle name in the quotation after correcting it in the main database.
              "Fail, to succeed."

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