19Ye have been forbidden to commit murder or adultery, or to engage in backbiting or calumny; shun ye, then, what hath been prohibited in the holy Books and Tablets.
It is forbidden to commit what?
We are not to engage in what?
What are we to shun?
When is it necessary to pay a special indemnity?
What does the Arabic word “ziná” translate into here and what does it signify?
What is left to the Universal House of Justice?
What has been repeatedly condemned by Bahá’u’lláh?
Learn these two Hidden Words relating to these commandments:
“O Son of Being! How couldst thou forget thine own faults . . . ”(Arabic, 26)
“O Son of Man! Breath not the sins of others . . . ”(Arabic, 27)
What is the tongue for?
What should be uttered?
What should everyone refrain from?