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[ Pdf Sole Desire Serve Cause: An Odyssey of Bahá’í Service: Knights of Baha'u'llah Gale and Jameson Bond (English Edition) ✓ marathi PDF ] by Don Brown æ Memoirs Of Jameson And Gale Bond, Knights Of Bahullh To Franklin In The Canadian ArcticOur Hope Is That Our Lives Are A Reflection, However Imperfect, Of The Divine Will Our Hope Has Been To Show Forth An Attempt To Win The Good Pleasure Of The Beloved And It Is Our Hope That The Reader Will Understand How Inseparable They Are And Will See Through Our Personal Frailties To Something Infinitelybeautiful Our Lives Are Blessed And Full Of BountiesJameson And Gale Bond, Jameson And Gale Bonds Memoirs Tell The Story Of Their Six Decades Of Bah Service, Particularly As Knights Of Bahullh In The Canadian District Of Franklin Above The Arctic Circle Shoghi Effendi Realized That Among The Goals Of The Ten Year Crusade, The Objectives Of The Far North Are Perhaps The Hardest On The Other Hand, The Harder The Task, Theglorious The Victory You May Be Sure That He Is Praying For Your Success The Ten Year Crusades Driving Force Was Described By Shoghi Effendi As The Energizing Influence Generated By The Revelation Heralded By The Bb And Proclaimed By Bahullh In Jamies Opinion, This Same Force Could Well Have Been The Catalyst For Advancements In Society Such As The Introduction And Accelerated Development Of Health Services And Education In The Canadian Arctic The First Extensions Into The Arctic Of The Canadian Judicial System And The First Ballot Boxes That Gave Eskimos A Voice In The Political Mosaic All Of Which Occurred During The Ten Year CrusadeDuring The Ten Years They Spent In The District Of Franklin, Gale And Jamie Never Had A Bah Visitor But The Arctic Regions, And Especially The Indigenous Peoples Of The Arctic Archipelago, Were Always In Their Hearts And Minds Even After They Left InTheir Services In Later Years, Particularly Jamies Services On Bah Institutions And In International Forums, And Gales Journeys To Her Native Hungary To Help Establish Bah Communities There, Are Recounted In The Last Three Chapters