Corinne True: Faithful Handmaid of Abdu’l-Baha, Nathan Rutstein, p199
I deeply appreciate the sentiments expressed in your letter and am deeply grateful for the services you are rendering and the spirit which animates you in your work. I must feel the urge to undertake the journey to which you refer, otherwise any service I can render will fail to achieve its purpose. The friends in America should concentrate on their task, their glorious and divinely-appointed task, and never allow considerations of my presence or absence to deflect them from their high purpose.
.......... [to Corinne True re poss trip to America by Guardian, 15 April 1933.]