Fill Thou, O God, our home with harmony and happiness, with laughter and delight, with radiant kindliness and overflowing joy, that in the union of our hearts thy love shall find a lodging place and Thou thyself shall make this home Thine own. O God, make Thou this home of ours a garden of affection, a ripening place for love where the hidden powers of our hearts may unfold, expand and bear the fruits of an abiding joy. Unto Thee, O God, we dedicate this home. Cleanse it from all that is alien to Thee, that it may become fit for Thy acceptance and may be to friend and stranger, as to ourselves, a place of peace, a refuge from materialism, a herald of Thy Kingdom.

Attributed to ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, but in fact it is three short supplications that appear on pages 147 and 148 of The Mission of Bahá’u’lláh, by Hand of the Cause George Townshend.