Auguste Forel was a Swiss psychiatrist, entomologist, anatomist, social reformer and peace-worker. 

“At Karlsruhe in 1920, I first came to know of the supraconfessional world religion of the Bahá’ís, founded in the East more than 75 years ago by the Persian Bahá’u’lláh. This is the true religion of human social good, without dogmas or priests, uniting all men on this small terrestrial globe of ours. I have become a Bahá’í. May this religion live and prosper for the good of mankind; this is my most ardent wish.” 

Excerpt from Dr Auguste Forel’s Will

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