Clothing

Our American friends requested that the Master ask us, the Persians, to alter our attire to suit the circumstances of the time and place, changing everything except our Persian hats and coats. He replied, ‘What harm is there in it? I do not care much about what is unimportant and what is not harmful to the Cause. They are trifles.’
(Mohi Sobhani, Mahmud’s Diary, Apr. 3, 1912)