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Letter of 8 February 1954
8 February 1954
To Rosemary Sala1
Dear Bahá’í Sister:
He feels that if it is at all possible for you to arrive in the Comoro Islands before the end of this Bahá’í year, which is the first year of the Ten Year Plan, that this would be highly meritorious. He hopes that all of the goals, outside those of the Soviet and satellite countries, will be filled, and thus establish a glorious record at the beginning of this great World Campaign; but, if all are not feasible, then he is hoping that most of the posts will be filled by their pioneers.
You may be sure that his loving prayers will surround you both, and that he will supplicate in the Holy Shrines that your way may be smooth, and your services meet with speedy success.
With warm Bahá’í love,
May the Almighty bless, guide and sustain you and your dear husband in your high endeavours, guide every step you take, and enable you to win great and memorable victories in the days to come,
Your true and grateful brother,
|1.||Emeric and Rosemary Sala—members of the National
Assembly 1948–53. During the first and second Seven Year Plans,
they pioneered to Venezuela (1940–41) and travelled throughout
Latin America. In 1953 they pioneered to South Africa, and returned
to Canada in 1968. In 1971 they pioneered to Mexico, where
Rosemary died in 1980. Emeric passed away in 1990. See The
Bahá’í World Vol. XVIII, |