cited in To Move the World, Gayle Morrison, p305
He feels your loving association with the believers you are able to contact in Green Acre, and in the near-by towns, and the memories of the Master which you can share with them, as well as general Bahá’í instruction, of which you and your dear wife have such a store, and which you can impart to others—are the best ways you can serve the Cause at present.
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In this world age and health and material conditions limit the soul. But in the next world it is free. ”
[to Louis Gregory, 18 Dec 1947, ltrs of Shoghi Effendi, USBNC Archives]