Authors Corner

Authors Corner

Elaheh Bos studied Applied Human sciences with a specialization in Human Relations. Through various experiences, she has learned the importance of incorporating different tools and life skills to help with anxiety and to create better lives for ourselves and mostly for our children. She uses her knowledge of systems intervention to create tools and books that can help parents, teachers and health professionals. She is a passionate public speaker, a self-taught artist and entrepreneur who believes in our innate capacity to bloom. She loves to write books, create new journals and collaborate on different projects with amazing people.

She is the founder of Plant Love Grow. A resource site that creates books and resources to assist parents, teachers and health professionals.

Amongst the many books she writes, illustrates and collaborates on, you will find books that help with learning about virtues, managing emotions, as well as books that tackle death and the soul's journey. The books are meant to help guide, nurture and inspire children ages 4 - 12. 

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Dr. Abdu’l-Missagh Ghadirian is an author, researcher and Emeritus Professor at McGill University, Faculty of Medicine in Montreal. He has spoken in numerous public, professional and university venues around the world.

He has done extensive research including about 170 articles published mostly in scientific journals and other professional media in the field of social science and psychiatry. He is the author of fourteen books, including “In Search of Nirvana”, “Ageing: Challenges and Opportunities”, “Environment and Psychopathology” and “Alcohol and Drug Abuse: a Psychosocial and Spiritual Approach to Prevention”. 

In recent years he has published the books “Creative Dimensions of Suffering”  2009,“Steadfastness in the Covenant” 2014, “Alzheimer’s Disease: An Eclipse before Sunset (2ndedition) 2016” and “Materialism – Moral and Social Consequences (2010 & second edition 2017).   The latter received the Distinguished Scholarship Award from the Association for Baha’i Studies in 2011.  Some of his works have been translated and published in several languages..

He founded and has conducted a course on Spirituality and Ethics in Medicine (since 2002) at McGill University’s Medical Education department. He also taught as one of the distance professors around the world for  the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE-Iran) from 2006-2012. 

 As a Baha’i, he has researched and published on spirituality in medicine and the application of Baha’i principles to current societal problems as well as on the persecution of the Baha’is of Iran. He served as a member of the Continental Board of Counsellors in the Americas (1995-2005) and as a member of the Board of Trustees of Huququ’llah in Canada  (2005-2017).


Heather Niderost was born in Montreal, Canada, received her B.A. from McGill University, Dip. Ed from Aberdeen University (Scotland), and later her M.A. in Religious Studies from McGill.  As a long-time member of the Baha’i Faith, her life has been devoted to the spiritual education of children, youth and adults.  Her three books, ‘The Light World’, ‘A Pilgrim’s Song’, and finally ‘The Quest of the Light Knights’ illustrate this personal quest.  Sharing her profound belief in the Baha’i view of humanity’s noble future has been her constant source of inspiration.

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