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Letter of 4 June 1954
4 June 1954
To Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson1
Dear Bahá’í Friends:
The Guardian assures you of his prayers in your behalf; that every obstacle may be overcome, and you win new and fresh victories for the Faith. The Guardian welcomed advice of the teaching work you are doing. He urges you to concentrate on the native population, as it is for that reason that we have opened new countries to the Faith. After all, Europeans, Americans, etc., can become Bahá’ís in their home lands. We have entered new fields all over the world, to bring the light of Divine Guidance, to the native populations; who have thus far been deprived of the spiritual teachings of Bahá’u’lláh.
|1.||R. Ted and Joan Anderson—Knights of Bahá’u’lláh for the Yukon Territory (1953), where they remained until 1972. [ Back To Reference]|