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Letter of 7 March 1928
7 March 1928
To an individual believer
My dear Friend,
He read with interest and pleasure your short account of the stages you had passed ever since your youth, the thoughts and feelings that occupied you in your earnest pursuit of what could bring you contentment and peace. He is now gratified to learn that the path you chose when you were still so young in years has finally led you to the Fountain-head from which you can drink deep and which can satisfy the genuine hunger of your soul. He would be very glad to help you in the study and understanding of the Bahá’í teachings and would welcome you as a fellow-worker in the happy task of carrying to others the “Light” that we have seen and in trying to reflect in our humble lives the glory that it claims.
He wishes me to assure you of his heartfelt good wishes and prayers, that you may succeed in the realization of all that your earnest soul asks for.
With many greetings and loving regards,
Sincerely in His service,
[From the Guardian:]
My dear co-worker:
I wish you from all my heart the fullest success in your
efforts to teach and spread our beloved Cause, and trust that
you may some day undertake the pilgrimage to the Holy Land
and visit The Bahá’í sacred Shrines and thus obtain a clearer
Your true brother,