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Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union A Compilation From the Bahá'í Writings , #11

Compiled by the Research Department of the Universal House of Justice

The Guardian firmly believes that it is preferable for you to stay in a centre and gradually establish an Assembly rather than cover much ground and leave no appreciable result once you are gone. What the Cause in Central Europe needs are well established centres that could take care of themselves and they in turn become focal points for radiating the light of guidance to the surrounding regions. And this can be achieved only by personal contact and meeting small groups as you are doing at present. With a little experience you will find for yourself how true and efficacious this method is.

(9 October 1932 to an individual believer)

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