Letter from Robert and Pearl Fickett to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee

Letter from Robert and Pearl Fickett to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee dated June 16, 1937. In the letter, the Ficketts express their admiration for Gyanee and his teachings.

Date: June 16, 1937
Subject(s): Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Type: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: Robert Fickett, Pearl Fickett
Location: 1530 Vincent Avenue, Norfolk, VA

Doctor Bhagwan S.Gyanee
and family,

June 16, 1937

Dear Friends

Your letter of May 3rd., at hand for which we are very grateful, we always enjoy any contact with you, your family or your works.

The lesson on ‘Meditation’ is a gem and is greatly prized by us. We regret the world at large does not know of such things, surely it should be common practice.

We speak of you very often and want you to know we believe the spirit of Truth walks with you. We are greatly indebted to your labors for the light they have so ably shed on this path through the valley of the shadow.

We shall keep our lamp trimmed and filled, we shall keep it lit and hung in a high place so that other travelers may be guided around the pitfalls on the path to home, that heavenly condition of full attainment where peace surpasses all earthly understanding, where God abides.

Some day we may meet again, that is truly a pleasant thought, like a bloom the secret garden hides. And now we pray the prayer for Easterns do, may the peace of Allah abide with you; where e’r you go, where e’r you rest, may the peace of Allah make you blessed.

Sincerely your friends,
Robert and Pearl Fickett,

1530 Vincent Avenue

Norfold, Va.

Dr. Bhagwan S. Gyanee,
4346 ½ South Olive St.,
Los Angeles, California.

Collection: Bhagwan Singh Gyanee Materials
Donor: S.P. Singh
Digitizer: Anne Vagts, Samip Mallick
Item History: 2012-08-06 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)

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