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Letter of 1 July 1956
1 July 1956
To Ernest Harrison1
Dear Bahá’í Brother:
The Beloved Guardian wishes you to know how deeply he cherishes and values your long and devoted services to the Cause of God. You are one of the pioneers of the Faith in Canada, in the days of the Beloved Master. Now you are pioneering in a virgin area, in the days of the Guardian, who is striving so diligently to fulfil all the Master’s instructions; especially in the teaching field. Well is it with you, that you have arisen to win the goals the Master has set before us. The Guardian is sure the Master will both guide and confirm you in this noble mission.
The Guardian feels this gift for the African work, made in the name of your wife, will give her great happiness in the realms beyond. It will be a means for the progress of her soul in the Abhá
With loving Bahá’í greetings, I am,
|1.||Ernest Vernon Harrison—this early Montreal Bahá’í (confirmed 1921) pioneered to Prince Edward Island in the early 1950s, where he passed away in 1959. [ Back To Reference]|