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Letters from the Guardian to Australia and New Zealand

  • Author:
  • Shoghi Effendi

  • Source:
  • Australia, 1971 reprint
  • Pages:
  • 140
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Page 24

Letter of August 30th, 1937

August 30th, 1937
Dear Miss Brooks,
Your letter of the 17th July enclosing Miss Ethel Dawe’s communication requesting permission to visit the Holy Land has been duly received by our beloved Guardian, and he has directed me to inform you that, at your suggestion, he has cabled Miss Dawe directly to London, extending to her a hearty welcome to visit the Holy Shrines in the next fall.
He hopes that in the meantime nothing will happen to alter or upset her plans, and that she will be given the privilege and joy of undertaking this much-desired pilgrimage to Haifa.
Hoping this will find you and all the Adelaide friends in the best of health, and with loving greetings to you and to them,
Yours ever in the Cause,
H. Rabbani.
[From the Guardian:]
Wishing you success from all my heart, and assuring you of my continued prayers for the realisation of your highest hopes,
Your true brother,