Center for Global Integrated Education
234 E. Alfred Dr.
Claremont California

28 Oct · Keyvan Geula · No Comments

Corporal Punishment; To do or Not To Do

The Baha’i Writings have been in the forefront of counseling and educating humanity, including parents and educators, on the examination of what is proper and effective discipline in the light of the purpose of bringing children up to be godlike spiritual beings. Baha’i teachings talks about the importance of some form of discipline and at …


13 Sep · keyvan · No Comments

Be Worthy of The Trust of Your Neighbor: Avoiding Plagiarism

The art of paraphrasing, sharing, using, referring to a source in without committing plagiarism, which is a serious violation, is complex and most important. Often students get into trouble not because they are dishonest but because they do not really know how to walk the walk. For Baha’i students, this is specially critical because, the …


23 Jul · Keyvan Geula · No Comments

Fascism in the Light of The Advent of Divine Justice!

Last Friday evening July 22, 2018, I was invited to speak at a gathering at Boone’s Hall in Scripps College called Under the Skin. The event was initiated by Micah Huang the son of the two professors at Claremont Colleges, Rachel and Hao Huang. The combination of music and stories shared was meant to heal …


23 Jul · Keyvan Geula · No Comments

Reflections on Hummingbirds Before Their Flight


14 Jul · Keyvan Geula · No Comments

What makes Music the Ladder of Our Soul?

Classical music night is a community supported space for the masters and students of classical music to join together to perform, support, enjoy, and practice classical music. The venue of a living room adds a special feel and charm to this elevating experience. The evening is open to the community and specially those who wish …

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