Angela Morgan was an American author, poet and journalist. During her most productive years, from 1914 to 1940, her poems, articles and short stories appeared in most of the major magazines of the time. 

“One reason I hail with thanksgiving the interpretation of religion known as the Bahá’í Faith and feel so deep a kinship with its followers is that I recognize in its Revelation an outreach of the Divine to stumbling humanity; a veritable thrust from the radiant Center of Life.

Every follower of this faith that I have ever met impressed me as a living witness to the glory at the heart of this universe. Each one seemed filled with a splendor of spirit so great that it overflowed all boundaries and poured itself out upon the world here in this moment of time, by some concentrated act of love toward another human being.”