Eve Nicklin: She of the Brave Heart, Boris Handal, p140-1
Dear Bahà'i Sister,
Your letter to our beloved Guardian, dated Nov. 1st, has been received, and he has instructed me to answer you on his behalf.
He fully realizes the difficulties involved in maintaining such an assembly as that of Punta Arenas. But he urges the friends, and you, not to lose heart, but rather to try new means of contacting a different range of people. Perhaps, through becoming active in some social or other type of clubs, or assistance in charitable works, or promotion of U.N.O. Support in ways such as these — you and the believers may succeed in making new contacts which would not ordinarily respond to public meetings, advertisements or broadcasts.
He will pray for your success and the protection of your assembly in the Holy Shrines, and he greatly appreciates your determined and devoted labours.
With Bahà'i love,
Dear and valued co-worker:
I am so pleased to learn of the progress of your work in so important and distant a field, am profoundly grateful for your steadfast and noble endeavours. Persevere in your glorious task and rest assured that the Beloved will guide and sustain you in your labours, and will aid you to render still more notable services to His Faith and institutions.
Your true and grateful brother,
1948-12-06 to Eve Nicklin re suggested teaching methods in Punta Arenas