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Islands of the North Sea
compiled by Research Department of the Universal House of Justice.
published in Baha'i Studies Review, 6, 1996

Your loving letter of recent date has been received, telling of your settlement in Kirkwall, and the progress of your work.
    The Guardian is praying for the success of your endeavours. It is his prayer that your difficult path may be straightened, and that through your services in the Orkney Islands, many will be confirmed in the Faith....
    The overall principle is that pioneers, once in the virgin areas, should not leave unless it becomes absolutely necessary; and then only after consultation with the National Assembly who is in charge of the particular territory

        13 December 1953, from a letter written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi to Charles Dunning, Knight of Bahá'u'lláh to the Orkney Islands. see BW XIV pp305-8

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