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“To Move the World”, Morrison, p242

“Your immediate objective, as you rightly state, should be to establish a small group of well-confirmed, devoted and active believers who will be able to carry on the work after your departure. The method of intensive teaching seems to be very effective and promising at present. The masses as a whole do not show much interest in religion. But there are always to be found some competent, sincere and eager souls to whom the Message has a profound appeal. It is for the Bahá’i teacher to look for them, and to try to deepen and sustain their interest and thus enable them eventually to embrace the Cause.”

[quoted in Baha’i Teaching Committee, Charlotte Linfoot Secy to Louis Gregory, 26 Mar 1935]

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