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Notes Of Conversations

The Arrival in London

The evening of his arrival in London, Monday, September 4th, 1911,
'Abdu'l-Baha said: Heaven has blessed this day. It was said that London
should be a place for a great proclamation of the Faith. I was tired when
I went on board the steamer, but when I reached London and beheld the
faces of the friends my fatigue left me. Your great love refreshes me. I
am very pleased with the English friends.

The feeling that existed between the East and the West is changing in the
Light of Baha'u'llah's teaching. It used to be such that if an Occidental
drank from the cup of an Oriental the cup would be considered polluted and
would be broken. Now when a Western Baha'i dines with an Eastern Baha'i
the vessels and the plates that he has used are kept apart and reverenced
in his memory. 'Abdu'l-Baha then gave this historic instance of wonderful
brotherly love:

One day some soldiers came to the house of a Baha'i and demanded that one
of the guests should be given up for execution, according to their
warrant. The host took his guest's place and died in his stead.

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