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Guardian

During the 10-Year Crusade, a Knight of Bahá’u’lláh writes the Guardian regarding a question he has about his mission in a foreign land.

The Guardian receives this letter, and decides it is, indeed, a very important question. So he writes a reply to this noble servant, to thoroughly answer his question.

After a month has passed, the Guardian wishes to inquire of this Knight for an update on his progress. He dispatches a telegram to that pioneering post, and patiently waits.

Two days later he receives his answer, "still reading"!

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