Bahiyyih Khanum, compiled by the Research Department p80
His loss is too immense to be adequately expressed in words. But his joy is also great. For such calamitous events, though cruel in their immediate effects, nevertheless, serve to stimulate the friends and quicken their souls.
Ours, therefore, is the opportunity to arise and serve the Cause and put all our trust in God. Surely, He will guide our steps and will inspire us with the necessary enthusiasm and strength.
May the immortal spirit of our departed Khanum quicken our energies and give fresh lustre to our endeavours for the greater extension of the Cause.
[to the Baha’is of Monroe WA, 10 Sept 1932]
[the Monroe LSA was formed Ridvan 1935 w/ Rosamond Bays as secretary]