Did you know that there are MANY “good deeds” that the beloved Guardian summarized from the Kitab-i-Aqdas – deeds by which “one's self” should be distinguished?
They are:To be truthful; To be trustworthy;
To be faithful; To be righteous and fear God;
To be just and fair; To be tactful and wise;
To be courteous; To be hospitable ;
To be persevering; To be detached;
To be absolutely submissive to the Will of God; Not to stir up mischief;
Not to be hypocritical; Not to be proud;
Not to be fanatical; Not to prefer one's self to one's neighbor;
Not to contend with one's neighbour; Not to indulge one's passions;
Not to lament in adversity; Not to contend with those in authority;
Not to lose one's temper; and Not to anger one's neighbour.
(Shoghi Effendi, Synopsis and Codification of the Kitab-i-Aqdas)