When Francis Brabazon had finished “The Word At Worlds End” in 1963 at Meherazad, Rano was asked to type it up.
Just before Rano had finished typing Francis’ book ‘Four and Twenty Blackbirds’ … which she loved.
But while typing “The Dreams of Wet Pavements” the opening poem in Francis’ book ‘The Word At Worlds End’, Rano began to really dislike its controversial, critical, political (as she saw it) and confrontational ideas.
Rano complained to Baba. Baba told her not to think like that about it and to keep typing it as she could have no idea how important this book was to His work.
[Author: Raine Eastman-Gannett]