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Letter of 26 April 1928
26 April 1928
To an individual believer
My dear ...,
He was very much touched by your letter so full of hope, of faith and encouragement and he does not doubt for a moment that the Bahá’í youth of today, they are the men upon whom shall fall one of the happiest and yet one of the most difficult duties that the Cause requires of us, and it is in them that he lays his greatest hope for the future.
He is very glad to learn of the possibility of your visit to Haifa in the near future, and he wishes me to extend to you a most hearty welcome. It will be a pleasure to him to hear from you and of your doings and he trusts, that in the near future, you will render valuable and permanent services to a Cause that is so near and dear to your heart.
Assuring you always of his good wishes and prayers and with happy greetings for the Ridván festivals,
[From the Guardian:]
My dear co-worker:
I just wish to add a few words in person in order to assure
you of my deep interest in the efforts you exert for the advancement
of our beloved Cause. I will supplicate for you Divine
Guidance and assistance, that you may be graciously assisted
Your true brother,