The Light of Divine Guidance (vol 2)

29 December 1946

The sufferings which the German Bahá'ís have passed through have grieved his heart very much--but he is very proud of their loyal and devoted spirit, and the way their faith in Bahá'u'lláh has come out of the fire of these war years pure and unstained and stronger than ever! They have a great future, promised them by the beloved Master...

As you may perhaps have heard, our Guardian does not like to give pictures of himself to the believers--he prefers that they should keep in their homes photographs of the Master Who is our inspiration and Exemplar.

He hopes very much that you will be able to teach other young Germans the Cause there. The youth in particular need desperately to be given the Message, for it is their lives that have suffered the greatest ruin through this cruel war. Teaching them should be your first duty...

The Light of Divine Guidance (vol 2)
pages 54-55

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