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Directives From the Guardian

Directives From the Guardian

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Selections from the writings of Shoghi Effendi grandson of the Prophet-founder of the Baha'i Faith, Baha'u'llah. These selections from the writings of the Guardian are taken from the official transcriptions of his books.
Selections from the writings of Shoghi Effendi grandson of the Prophet-founder of the Baha'i Faith, Baha'u'llah. These selections from the writings of the Guardian are taken from the official transcriptions of his books.

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"...Sometimes people strive all their lives to render outstanding service.
Here is the time and opportunity to render historic services; in fact the
most unique in history, aiding in the fulfillment of Daniel's Prophecies of the
Last Day, and the 1335 days, when men are to be blessed by the Glory of the Lord,
covering the entire globe -- which is the real goal of the Ten Year Crusade.

"In other words, when we fulfill the Ten Year Crusade we will have brought
into fulfillment Daniel's great prophecy of 'Blessed is he who waits and comes to
the 1335 days.' What could be more wonderful than taking part in the fulfillment
of religious prophecy of over 3,000 years!"

"The pioneers themselves must realize that not only are they fulfilling the
wishes of Baha'u'llah, and doing that which the Master Himself said He longed to
do; namely, to go, if necessary on foot, and carry His Father's Message to all the
regions of the earth; but they are enhancing the prestige of the Faith to a
remarkable degree in the eyes of the public, and specially in the eyes of the
officials. There is no doubt that the rapid forward march of the Faith recently
has attracted a far greater measure of attention on the part of the thoughtful
people, and people of position in society and in educational fields, than has been
the case for almost one hundred years.

"Therefore, each pioneer must feel his responsibility very heavily, and
understand that his calling is far above the average service; and his duty to
remain at his post a very pressing one indeed."

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