Some Ans. Questions 1908 by -'Abdu'l-Bahá- 1 Para

There is another more subtle proof: all these endless beings which inhabit the world, whether man, animal, vegetable, mineral-- whatever they may be-- are surely, each one of them, composed of elements. There is no doubt that this perfection which is in all beings is caused by the creation of God from the composing elements, by their appropriate mingling and proportionate quantities, the mode of their composition, and the influence of other beings. For all beings are connected together like a chain; and reciprocal help, assistance and interaction belonging to the properties of things are the causes of the existence, development and growth of created beings. It is confirmed through evidences and proofs that every being universally acts upon other beings, either absolutely or through association. Finally, the perfection of each individual being-- that is to say, the perfection which you now see in man or apart from him, with regard to their atoms, members or powers-- is due to the composition of the elements, to their measure, to their balance, to the mode of their combination, and to mutual influence. When all these are gathered together, then man exists (178:1)

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