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Letter of 27 October 1927
27 October 1927
To an individual believer
My dear Bahá’í Friend,
Your account of the Bahá’í Convention at Montreal, the measure of its success and the hopes and aspirations that it had raised in the hearts of the friends and delegates assembled there, was indeed most gladly welcomed, and our Guardian awaits with expectant eyes to see those hopes realized in this coming year.
Naturally it depends mostly upon the individual effort of the friends, their zeal and enthusiasm which must sustain their endeavours in serving this great Cause. Shoghi Effendi will be always glad to hear from you and trusts hopefully in the success of your work.
With heartfelt greetings from the members of the family and loving assurances of our Guardian’s prayers for you,
Sincerely in His service,
[From the Guardian:]
My dear co-worker:
Although much pressed by a multitude of cares and responsibilities,
I find time to assure you personally of my genuine
interest in your work, and of my fervent prayers for your
success. May the Beloved guide your steps, remove every obstacle
Your true brother,