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Letter of 30 July 1956
30 July 1956
To an individual believer
Dear Bahá’í Sister:
We should try not to introduce any set patterns into our teaching methods; however, if this form of group meditation produces unity and a deeper understanding of the teachings, he sees no reason why it should be not used at least in the beginning of a teaching class—providing the people want to, like it, and fully understand it has nothing to do with the teachings of the Faith, but is a method which sometimes proves helpful.
He will certainly pray that your labours may continue to be blessed, and you may confirm many more people in our beloved Faith.
With warmest Bahá’í greetings,
[From the Guardian:]
May the Beloved aid you to deepen your understanding of the essential verities of His Faith, remove every obstacle from your path, and enable you to win great victories in the service of His glorious Faith,
Your true brother,