Monday Night Group, together with her husband, Fred. In Los Angeles, it was Marguerite Poley and Hilda Fuchs who carried on the work for Him, together with Ruth White, who ended her days at the Center in Myrtle Beach — at 95 she bravely joined us in our trip to India in 1962. And Jane Haynes, the gracious docent of the Myrtle Beach Center, who is "hostess" for Him there still. Anna Karrasch, who worked for Him through the "Society for Avatar Meher Baba." In Australia, a strong core of women helped Francis Brabazon to make Avatar's Abode a reality (it was actually Ena Lemmon who first asked Baba to visit Australia).
No one, of course, plans their life as a "role model" for others. Nevertheless, in their faith and devotion to Meher Baba and His cause, these women have inspired us all. If they have faults, like the rest of us, they have used them not as stumbling blocks but as stepping stones on His "Path of Love"; their virtues they leave to Him. Jai Baba, and chelo!!
Kim Tolhurst Grajera, 1948
Avatar by Jean Adriel, J.F. Kennedy Press 1971
The Path of Love, Meher Baba, Samuel Weiser 1976
The God-Man, C.B. Purdom, Sheriar Press 1971
The Dance of Love, Margaret Craske, Sheriar Press 1980
How A Master Works, Ivy Duce, Sufism Reoriented 1975
Love Alone Prevails, Kitty Davy, Sheriar Press 1981
Because of Love, Rano Gayley, Sheriar Press 1983
Meher Baba Journals, 1938-1941 printed in India