The Kitáb-i-Aqdas
109Unto everyone hath been enjoined the writing of a will. The testator should head this document with the adornment of the Most Great Name, bear witness therein unto the oneness of God in the Dayspring of His Revelation, and make mention, as he may wish, of that which is praiseworthy, so that it may be a testimony for him in the kingdoms of Revelation and Creation and a treasure with his Lord, the Supreme Protector, the Faithful.
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Cross-References
Will
adornment with Greatest Name,   n137
obligation to write,   16, 156, n136
owners jurisdiction over disposition of property,   Q69, n38, n136
Study Guide
(See Note 136)
What has the individual a duty to write?
Has an individual full jurisdiction over his property?
(See Note 137)
What should head our will with when we make it and what are some examples?