Rahmat helped me set up the coloring table at the Tigers game Saturday. Yes, he's back. His efforts to find a job in little Hood River never panned out, and now he's back in town, working, and living in the same apartment complex at 15th & Sprague in Hilltop where Deb had Baha'i chidren's classes two summers ago.
When we were down in Oregon to pick up Rahmat's stuff, he showed us the camp in the woods where he lived free for six weeks while he was looking for work. -gw
All praise be unto the Court of Holiness, that God has drawn certain blessed souls, entities delicate and pure, unto a realm where they have no desire save the good-pleasure of the Beloved; where, in the pathway of the Ancient Beauty and their devotion to ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, they yearn for naught and have no other aim but to offer themselves up, to serve, to guide humankind, and to wander, homeless and portionless, over the earth.
Undated, to the friends in Yonkers, New York. (See Star of the West, vol. 13, p. 220, of November 1922)