“Whichever one of you has committed no sin may throw the first stone at her.”

Then he bent over again and wrote on the ground. When they heard this, they all left, one by one, the older ones first. Jesus was left alone, with the woman still standing there. He straightened up and said to her, “Where are they? Is there no one left to condemn you?” “No one, sir,” she answered. “Well then, Jesus said, “I do not condemn you either. Go, but do not sin again.” (John 8:7-11)

Those were the words of Lord Christ 2,000 years ago! Unfortunately, humanity has not learned since that we should not judge others. It is only up to the Divine to render whatever judgment is needed. The carnage of June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida took place because a deranged individual decided to be a judge and executioner of gay people. Let there be no mistake, Daheshism—just like all Abrahamic faiths does not condone gay behavior, but that is our belief and we have the right to believe in whatever our religion dictates, but it doesn’t give us the right to persecute, hate, or kill those who are not aligned with our point of view.

Daheshism believes in the sanctity of life. Taking the life of another individual is not permitted—except in the case of self-defense or the defense against an attack on the homeland. It follows that Daheshism opposes capital punishment. During the persecution of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet that began on August 28, 1944, and despite all the pain and suffering that he endured as an innocent man, he chose to fight back with the power of his pen and not with violence. The power of his pen helped expose the actions of the tyrant President of Lebanon and led to his removal from office.

We need not agree with others, but we should respect the fact that every individual is free to determine his/her destiny and, as a result, face the consequences—be they good or bad. Ultimately, it is a matter between that individual and his Creator.

Mounir Murad

Has Conscience Died?

The downing last week of a Russian passenger jetliner over Sinai, the suicide bombings two days ago in Beirut, and the attacks in Paris yesterday inside packed theater, stadium, and restaurant, reinforces the idea that humanity is threatened by a reemergence of barbarism in its ugliest form. How could human beings be so cruel and not think of the sanctity of life bestowed on us by a just and loving Creator? How could they believe that they are mandated by God to force others in believing and acting in a specific manner? All I can say it is absolute spiritual ignorance! No true religion would sanction such a behavior. On the contrary, a true religion would be based on love, respect, and freedom of expression. Religions are means of spiritual enlightenment and liberation from the confines of materialism. Clearly, some human beings are so far distant from true spirituality and think nothing of the vast orphan children, widows, widowers, and grieving parents that they are leaving behind and the lives that they are turning upside-down, all because they happen to think and worship their Creator in a different way!

Many years ago, in the early to mid 1990’s, I wrote an essay on Violence and I believe that it is even more pertinent at this time and age than the day I wrote it. Here it is:

Where is the Thinking? Where is the Conscience? An Appeal to Humanity.

Many claim that man is superior to the other creatures roaming this Earth because of his ability to think. I have recently lost my belief in this claim. How can a man of what is almost the twenty-first century be considered superior when he is capable of taking the lives of twenty-nine people in Hebron in cold blood in the name of religion? Where is the thinking? Where is the conscience? What hurts more than anything else is that the victims were gunned down while praying to the same God worshipped by the assailant, and in the same city where the remains of Abraham, the father of all, are buried.

This tragedy is only one of thousands that have taken place in this century, and almost every one was committed in the name of religion. The massacres of Jews in Hebron in the 1920’s, the Der Yassin massacre, the Sabra and Chatila massacres are reminders that man does not always think. We cannot call the people who commit such atrocities “animals,” because that would be a great injustice to the animals of this world.

Where is the thinking? Where is the conscience? Just think of the magnitude of this last tragedy. Children are now deprived of one of the most meaningful experiences in life – the love and support of a father. What about the widows? How will they financially support their children? What about the parents? How does it feel to raise a child, only to see that child die violently?

When will it end? Ten people killed in a bomb blast at a church in Lebanon, fifty sprayed with machine-gun fire at a mosque in Hebron, sixty-five people blown to bits at a market in Bosnia – these are the headlines we see regularly, not to mention the events themselves shown on television worldwide. How many more such incidents can we expect?

If you are contemplating revenge, please stop and think for a minute. Violence will only lead to more violence. Even if you are able to get your revenge this time, the next time someone may get even with you. Besides, do you truly believe that God’s cause is served when innocent people are killed? Think of the orphans, widows, and grieving parents you will leave behind.

I often wonder what has happened to the human conscience. Did it die or become inactive? During the turmoil that swept India after Pakistan was declared an independent state, a Hindu asked Mahatma Gandhi if anything could be done to ease the Hindu’s conscience for killing a Muslim boy by mistake. Gandhi told him to adopt an orphaned Muslim boy and raise him as one of his own, with one exception: He must raise him as a Muslim, not as a Hindu.

If humanity is to survive, we must learn to fight religious hatred with tolerance and respect. No religion has an exclusive claim to the truth. Several paths lead to God. We should always remember this; otherwise, may God help us all.

Note: Since the day I wrote this essay a number of atrocities were committed all over the world. For the sake of fairness, I would like to mention the bombs that exploded on passenger buses in Israel, the car bomb that exploded in Saudi Arabia, and the Oklahoma City Bombing. My heart bleeds for the victims and their loved ones left behind. Some people critiqued this essay by saying it has left behind many un-mentioned atrocities. They are absolutely correct in their assessment. However, they have failed to recognize that this essay was written as a response to something that moved me. Call it a whim or a mood, or a snap-shot of my feeling at a certain time and space. It would be a mistake to keep on revising the essay to make it up-to-date and inclusive of all acts of violence. This is not to say that I have not been moved when other atrocities are committed.



The Heavenly Plan of Salvation (God is with us)


Daheshism, a message of brotherly love and celestial peace, was destined by God to be launched on planet earth to give life to the sinners; and as apostle Paul said: (Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinnersof whom I am the worst) 1Timothy 1:15-16

Dr. Dahesh, our Guiding and Beloved Prophet, was chosen by God Almighty, and according to the prophecies in the holy scriptures, he is our salvation; his teachings are considered as unique teachings that could liberate the mind.

Due to the advancement of science and the great technological innovations, many people have become skeptical about religious dogma and they now only believe in what their physical eyes see; only the things that are affirmed by science!

A matter that led human kind to consider money as a mean of reaching unimaginable pleasures, to satisfy their physical desires; since all what is within reach is physical.

Many, clerics have become slaves to money–to the extent of distorting their religious teachings.

Driven by desire, a new generation has emerged that will only accept science and the physical as its religion. They never consider the horrific spiritual consequences.

So what is the solution?

The solution lies in turning to the true light that lies within one’s self. To follow the righteous teachings of religions–keeping in mind that the Spiritual Messages were intended for specific societies at different time periods, where the latest was at least 1,400 years ago– for the real enemy is not an image that the mind draws in times of psychological anger, but it’s rather our thoughts themselves. An enemy is neither a picture nor an idol that should be wiped out and destroyed, rather it is our own evil thoughts; Sayyals (Spiritual Fluids) of thoughts that should be removed from our hearts. But how? It’s by asking God from the bottom of one’s heart to help him/her turn away from darkness, and asking for enlightenment; in following the noble teachings of the Prophets, such as forgiving the enemy, and loving him, not out of admiration, rather because he may have the chance to see light again as a human being; to repent. But is that enough? Did God almighty leave us? The answer is definitely no.

That could be achieved by the vital presence of a spiritual guide. As to who the guide is, here is how according to the Holy Scriptures, God’s words were fulfilled:

Adam was under a harsh test in the Garden of Eden, the eating of one fruit was prohibited. Despite him having that great Godly soul he was persuaded by his wife Eve to taste it. She was made to disobey God’s command by a very sly creature, and its enticing words made Eve try to convince Adam to eat it; for by eating it they shall attain high wisdom and power.

The result was the expulsion of Adam and Eve under God’s command.

But God almighty never left them, and promised his people that a savior shall come to earth to redeem his faithful Godly people; we mean to help them confront the harsh tests of temptations that are present in all Holy Books.

Cain was a true example of disobedience. He violated God’s word by killing his righteous brother. It was the consequence of violating God’s law of peace that was set by a spiritual system that has to be followed by the people of earth.

But the people of earth continued disobeying God, and continued in their evil tract, and not learning from the deadly consequences of past deeds that befell sinful people.

A great example was God’s notifications to the people of the prophet Noah. Despite his warnings, they mocked him and his family, so God commanded him to build an ark, a matter that took years of endurance and self-control, but despite that, Prophet Noah showed a great endurance by defying their persecution, for within these days, the people used to perforate the ark. But, despite that, Prophet Noah’s showed a great restraints and endurance by defying their persecution. And their came the final day, where they entered the ship, and was carried by the flood to the shore of liberty and light, while his enemies paid the wages of sin in drowning in a devastating flood that was driven by the most horrifying wind ever to hit planet Earth. And their came the final day, where they entered the ship, and was carried by the flood to the shore of liberty and light, while his enemies paid the wages of sin by drowning in a devastating flood.

But the story of persecution and humiliation never ended until this day. The brothers of the Prophet Joseph sold him, but God redeemed him and his people in Egypt later.

And the power of God through His Prophets was still guiding His people despite their bitter rejection of the Prophets. God, most merciful, was there to save His poor few people from the wolves of evil.

Their last hope was in the words of Prophet Isaiah foretelling of the coming of Lord Jesus and the coming of Dr. Dahesh; proving to the world that God is with us until the end of time. And the awaited day came. The prophecy was fulfilled.

From his birth, he was under murder’s threat. King Herod tracking his place by killing innocent newborn children, making BABY JESUS AS HIS TARGET. But despite that criminal campaign, Lord Jesus was saved by God’s plan.

The Devil came to try him after his forty days of fasting prior to the commencement of his ministry. He tried to persuade Jesus to worship him, and in return, he would give him all the land within sight, but his wicked temptation collapsed, for no word or power could defy Lord Jesus; and the Lord terminated him at that moment by his flaming steadfast heavenly faith. The word of God prevailed, and Satan was defeated at that time by the power of the heavenly word.

Next, came the crucifixion, and God almighty, allowed one of the personalities of Jesus to take his place on the cross. On the third day, he was risen, for his personality can’t be governed by any Earthly power, it’s subject to its heavenly laws, death can’t distort or tarnish its body.

His journey of faith continued by his students, the apostles; Godly people who suffered the bitterest of persecutions. But they had that sacred promise in their heart that their lord shall return after, and he shall guide them and dwell in them by the spirit. They died as martyrs, witnessing the greatest crimes in history.

The faith of people was strengthened by the coming of prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him), but evil couldn’t stop him, and his message was spread by the help of God almighty through his followers, waiting for the second coming of Christ.

And the sun rose again. The rays of faith warmed planet earth again. Yes, It was the new heavenly religion; namely DAHESHISM. Dr. Dahesh, the cure to all sickness. The return of Christ as Saleem Moussa El-Ashi, later known as Dr. Dahesh. Being aided By a heavenly power, the 20’th Sayyal (Christ’s Spiritual Fluid of Redemption), and the spirit of brother Ali (the Guardian Angel), he defied all forces of evil. He conquered them by the words of his mouth, by his writings. One person against all the strongholds of evil, but suffered as a result the bitterest persecution ever, done by religious and political extremists, and false prophets, yet, he won.

A message that never knew violence, a matter that was entirely prohibited by the founder of Daheshism.

The teaching of reincarnation was his emblem; God’s mercy. Sayyals, the spiritual energy connecting the heavenly and material worlds. Words that plant peace and brotherly love; new spiritual concepts that free us from evil chains.

A message that emulates all heavenly messages around the world. The Heavenly plan continued on and took form in a Godly man, namely Mahatma Gandhi; Dr. Dahesh and the mahatma, considered as two heavenly beams of light and peace emerging from the same source, suffering the same, being delivered to death by same evil hands but different people, but set before us a path of light that never extinguish that, by the words of its Sayyals, will undoubtedly lead us to the heavenly strongholds of paradise.

Here is an excerpt of the glory awaiting those who await him; the Kingdom of heavens.

And as the word of God testifies:

The 21st chapter of the book of revelation, numbers 1-8.

A New Heaven and a New Earth

21 Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,”[a] for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God. ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’[b] or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”

He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.”

He said to me: “It is done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. To the thirsty I will give water without cost from the spring of the water of life. Those who are victorious will inherit all this, and I will be their God and they will be my children. But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars—they will be consigned to the fiery lake of burning sulfur.This is the second death.”







Daheshism Against Extremist Religious Political Movements


Daheshism is a message of hope peace and above all brotherly love.

It’s a heavenly message that stood against religious and political extremism, defying all teachings that try to plant its seed in the innocent minds of the pure hearted believers in God everywhere in the world, raising their faith, and demolishing all chains of religious, gender, racial, and political discrimination.

It’s a great, honor, and pleasure for us, as Daheshists, to spread the teachings of this glorified heavenly message; Daheshism, in a place where Daheshist gatherings are permitted under God’s merciful watchful eye. It’s a great blessing.

It’s very important to cast light upon a social and threating issue that the world is facing; the rise of political movements that hide under the guise of religion. One of them is ISIS or ISIL movement, with the Arabic acronyms of DA’ISH (referring to Islamic State in Iraq and el-Sham–Syria). This should not be confused with our Prophet Dahesh, which is an Arabic word meaning “astounding” or “wonderful”. The closeness in the way the words are pronounced may lead people to think that they are one and the same! However, nothing can be further from the truth. They are seas and oceans apart. This is like saying “typical” or “atypical” are the same, rather than being antonyms.

Daheshism is a lofty Spiritual Movement and a Religion of enlightenment. Its main goal is to return humanity to the belief in a Creator through enlightenment and affirmation of scientific facts and not through violence and ignorance. Our Heavenly Mission and other religions giving rise to religious extremism are at odds with each other for many reasons, among them:

  1. Daheshism believes in a Just and Divine Spiritual Order that administers Justice throughout the universe and the transition from one state of being to another is accomplished through reincarnation.
  1. Daheshism believes in the presence of Sayyals; Spiritual Fluids that connect the Spiritual Worlds with the Material Worlds that are spread out through the multiverse, each with a specific Spiritual rank and responsible for the presence of all forms of life, be they suns, planets moons, vegetation, animal, human…etc. The term spiritual fluid is inspired by God to Gibran Khalil Gibran, and is explained by the founder of Daheshism, especially when it was established on the 23d of March 1942, in Beirut-Lebanon.
  1. Daheshism believes in the essence of all religions to be the same. Hence, there is unity of religions in Daheshism and all are considered different tracts leading to the Creator and all are instruments of enlightenment of various degrees. Daheshism, for example, diverge from Abrahamic religions in considering Buddhism and its sects as legitimate beliefs inspired by a very great spiritual guide, namely Buddha. It is sad to witness the destruction of Buddhist relics and temples and those of other religions and societies by the hands of ignorant religious extremists.

Last but not least, Daheshists are made out of predominantly educated people, physicians like the late Georges Khabsa and Dr. Farid Abu Suleiman, and many others. Those are people that believed from the bottom of their hearts, because they saw truth and Logic in the Divine Daheshist Mission. They saw in Dr. Dahesh, a very great Messenger and Prophet of God–a man of miracles who strengthened their faith in God through heavenly miracles, and consequently suffered the bitterness of persecution at the hands of ignorant people. After the Lebanese civil war broke in Lebanon in 1975, the United States was chosen by the Spirit to be the launching pad for the new Mission. May the ideals of liberty, freedom of expression and religion reign throughout the world.

June 1, 2015

Each year, on June 1st, Daheshists throughout the globe celebrate the birth of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet. It is on this day in 1909 that Heavens sent its Son to guide humanity.

35 years ago, our Beloved Dr. Dahesh was in Beirut and this photo was taken during this occasion:

dahesh-june1-1980                                                                      Dr. Dahesh on June 1, 1980

May this June 1st be the start of a new chapter for humanity filled with love, respect, and the return to basic moral values prescribed by all religions.

Mounir Murad

What Dr. Ghazi Brax Meant to Me!


Dr. Ghazi Brax passed away on December 28, 2014, after 2 years and 1 month from the passing away of his soulmate and wife, Najwa Salam Brax, and 30 years from the departure of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet, Dr. Dahesh. Our Beloved Dr. Dahesh once wrote: “Life is like a flash, it strikes and then gone.” It is very difficult to believe that time had passed by so quickly! It wasn’t long that I was living the spring days of my life, and now I am entering the autumn days. I am sure it won’t be long before it is time for me to depart from this world to begin another life somewhere in this vast universe. Our Beloved Dr. Dahesh also wrote: “People are asleep! They are awakened when they die!” Only after death, that many of the mysteries of existence are unveiled to the Soul. Once we shed our physical bodies, the Soul will become aware of all the lives it had lived since the creation of the universe(s) and the reason for living each of these lives. On December 28, 2014, Ghazi Brax was awakened!

My first recollection of meeting Dr. Brax was during my early teen years in Beirut, Lebanon. At the time, Dr. Brax held a series of informational sessions about Daheshism held at the clinic of the late Daheshist, Dr. Fareed Abu Suleiman. My impression of him at the time was that of a very knowledgeable and dedicated individual. As I progressed through my teen years, I would occasionally run into him at the house of the Mission during my family visits to our Beloved Dr. Dahesh. Then the Lebanese civil war broke out in 1975 and I left Lebanon to the United States to study. In 1976, the balance of my family also moved to the United States, as well as, our Beloved and Guiding Prophet.

I did not see Dr. Brax until late May, 1978, when many Daheshists congregated in a New York suburb to celebrate June 1, which is the birthday of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet. Among those that arrived from Lebanon was Dr. Brax, who rented an apartment in Manhattan after the celebration, and at times, our Beloved Dr. Dahesh, would stay with him. I recall visiting them, along with my family, in that apartment. Dr. Brax returned to Lebanon and I did not see him until late December of 1979, when I made a trip to Beirut to spend a few days at the house of the Mission with our Beloved and Guiding Prophet. I recall vividly when Dr. Dahesh told me that Dr. Brax is engaged to Najwa Salam. Dr. Brax was present and a great smile filled his face. I congratulated him and then returned to the United States not to see him again until late 1986, when he migrated to the United States and took the position of Managing Editor at the Daheshist Publishing Company, in New York City.

From 1986 through mid 1992, I had very little contact with Dr. Brax. He was busy preparing some of the books of our Beloved Dr. Dahesh for printing, and I was busy running a business. By 1992, I finished a book titled “Daheshism and the Journey of Life” and I printed about 10 books as a first draft before going to press. I sent 3 books to the Daheshist Publishing Company for review and editing. Dr. Brax, Fares Zaatar, and Fawzi Berjass took on the task. We communicated back and forth and I implemented most of the changes they had recommended. It was also the beginning of a friendship that lasted for over 20 years with Dr. Brax and Fares Zaatar. I would talk over the phone at least once every week with Dr. Brax, where we would discuss a number of topics, but mostly the state of the Daheshist Mission and I would visit them once or twice a year.

At the time, I was active in publishing articles on Daheshism in a newspaper that caters to the Arab-American/Arab Canadian populations. This created some rift between certain Daheshists and myself. Finally, in 1995, Dr. Brax arranged a meeting with one of the trustees of our Beloved Prophet’s heritage and myself. The meeting ended with an agreement that I would seize to publish articles in the aforementioned newspaper. Instead, I would publish in a Daheshist magazine to be formed, as per the wishes of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet. In 1995, the first issue was published and I had an article in it. Unfortunately, I did not continue my contribution to the magazine because certain individuals wanted to alter my articles—something that I deemed as a form of censorship. Instead, I decided to concentrate my efforts on writing and publishing online. In August of 2001, subliminally, I felt strongly that Dr. Brax and his wife visit me in Virginia and went to the extent of sending them the airline tickets. It turned out that they were planning to visit for reasons mentioned in their autobiography. It was their only visit to Virginia together, while I visited them at least once a year—usually the day after Thanksgiving.

After years of little or no progress in promoting Daheshism, I focused my efforts on creating a Daheshist website that is not based on personal opinion, rather on substantiated historical facts and known Daheshist teachings. I had hopes that many Daheshists would join the effort, and it would be a cause that helps bring Daheshists together, however, things did not turn out that way. In 2004, upon my request, Dr. Brax was instrumental in providing me with a site plan and in reviewing some of the translations that I created. I am neither a linguist, nor a competent translator, nonetheless, after years of translating works of Our Beloved, newspaper and magazine articles, and certain Daheshist publications and documents, the end result was a site that conveys to the seeker accurate information about Dr. Dahesh and Daheshism.

Since our Beloved and Guiding Prophet is no longer in our midst, it was my wish that if I am to marry, then I would like Dr. Brax to write the Holy Daheshist Ramz to initiate the Spiritual union—as per the Daheshist Rituals. By 2006, I was very much in love with a woman, and we both agreed that it would be Dr. Brax who would initiate our Spiritual union. I requested from Dr. Brax to do just that on July 29, 2006, while visiting him and his wife, we took the sacred oath of marriage. In less than a year, Dr. Brax had to comfort, advise, and reassure me for years after the sacred oath of marriage was breached and my life was turned upside down.

In November of 2012, I was supposed to visit him, as it was customary for me to do so after Thanksgiving, however, I couldn’t reach him. The second day, he called me and he was crying saying that his wife, Najwa had died. It was a shock to his system and mine! She was his junior and she did not have medical issues. She just died in her sleep. Dr. Brax was devastated. It was too late to travel that evening, however, I did so before the crack of dawn the following day. I arrived around 11 am and spent time with him trying to comfort him as much as possible. The second day, he needed to take care of some financial matters at the bank and soon after, I convinced him to stay with me for several days in Virginia. I noticed that he was repeating himself a lot and I became suspicious that it is a medical issue. When I took him back to New York, he had a doctor’s appointment and I took him there. I slipped a note to his doctor saying that he is getting forgetful. He ordered extensive tests, and yes, my hunch was unfortunately correct. He was suffering from early stages of dementia and prescribed medicine for him in order to slow it down.

For two years, I would talk to him every evening and listen to his depressed conversations about the loss of his wife and how eager he was to depart from this world. Very often, he would break into crying. His memory was fading more and more. He was no longer able to read or write. In October of 2014, he had to be admitted to a hospital and later on released to an assisted living facility, because he can no longer take care of himself. During his short stay there, he fell on his head and things took a very sharp turn to the worst. He was no longer able to walk and recognize individuals. He was in hospice care and I visited him in December knowing that it would be my farewell visit. I couldn’t believe how bad his situation was. As the nurses were bathing him, I can hear his crying. He did not recognize me and I spent few hours with him. After I left him, I visited the resting place of our Beloved and prayed to God Almighty to ease his suffering. On December 28, 2014, he left this world after a life full of struggle and hard work for the sake of what he believed in.

I was happy for his departure, because he now can live a happier life and be united with our Beloved Prophet and also with his soulmate Najwa. May God elevate their Spiritual rank and place them in a lofty celestial paradise. However, I was very sad, because his loss is great for the Daheshist religion. No matter what, he had finished the Book of Daheshism and sent it to the publishing company to be prepared for printing. This book contains thousands of pages and will serve as a guide for anyone who is interested in Daheshism. He also coauthored his autobiography with his wife in 4 volumes shortly before she passed away.

May his hard work and dedication to his faith, and the righteous life he lived, be an inspiration to all of us. Also, may his writings be a lighthouse for Spiritual enlightenment to all of humanity. He was more than a friend to me, for he was a mentor and a father figure.


Mounir Murad

January 11, 2015




Daheshism on its 72nd Anniversary

March 23rd is the 72nd anniversary of
the birth of Daheshism.

It is a message of Spiritual enlightenment, hope, and love.

A message that is so amazing, that it can change the fate of
the human race and every living creature on earth.

Daheshism is an elixir that can remedy what ails humanity.

It can enhance our Spiritual knowledge by shedding light on
our link to this vast universe and our origin.

It shatters all beliefs that negate the existence of a
Creator and reinforces all others with new Spiritual knowledge.

It sets for us a solid foundation to build our lives on governed
by decency, compassion, love, respect, and lofty aspirations.


Daheshism is the best-kept secret in life.

Its tenets are locked safely within the chests of a few, who
were privileged to receive them from the Great Conveyor and are grateful to
receive such a wonderful gift.

However, possessing such Spiritual knowledge without sharing
it with others is contrary to the will of our Beloved and Guiding Prophet, who
lived his entire life for this sole purpose.

What good does it do for those individuals if what quenched
their thirst is not passed on to quench the thirst of others?

Sadly, Daheshism has not been given yet a proper platform to
reveal itself to humanity!

Sooner or later, this best-kept secret will be revealed to
the masses!

It is my hope that this anniversary marks the beginning!

Mounir Murad

March 23, 2014

I Shall Sing

On March 23 of each year, Daheshists throughout the world celebrate the birth of Daheshism. It was on this day in 1942 that the Daheshist Mission was proclaimed. On this day, we honor our Beloved and Guiding Prophet by presenting to the reader one of his writings titled “I Shall Sing.” It is a good reminder to all of us that Daheshism was his main joy and purpose in life and that we need to do our utmost in order to make his wishes closer to coming true.

I Shall Sing

When the prominence of the Daheshist Religion grows strong in the United States…I shall sing!

When its branches spread extensively throughout the States imbedding themselves into the hearts of their citizens…I shall sing!

When it extends beyond America to all countries, crossing capitals, and conquering unexplored regions and cities…I shall sing!

When its foundations are strengthened and become deeply rooted—like towering mountains…I shall sing!

When Daheshist temples are built and within them spiritual supplications are raised…I shall sing!

When the flute is played in submissiveness to the Creator of the worlds, galaxies, nebulas and planets…I shall sing!

When the hands of believers draw in humility the flames of their Holy “Ramz” closer to their faces…I shall sing!

Yes, just as the Prophet David sang in humility before his Creator, so I shall be humbled and sing.

Just as the sister of the Prophet Moses sang when the Pharaoh and his army drowned and the Israelites were saved, so I shall sing!

Just as the daughter of the leader Jephthah sang when he returned from war victoriously, so I shall sing.

With God’s help, Daheshism will spread throughout the world…and I shall sing!

I will drink until intoxication from the wine of Daheshist victory and my soul will soar heavenward, where I shall sing and sing!!

Dr. Dahesh,
January 22, 1977