What follows is my provisional translation (in other words, not official or authorized; see here for more) of a passage from a Tablet of Bahá’u’lláh, the original text of which has been published in Áyát-i-Iláhí, vol. 1, p. 118.
Glory be to God for this paradise that hath been unlocked in these days, this unifying spread that hath been rolled out! Such is it that, if one of God’s servants were to be situated in the East and another in the West, the Easterner would always inhale the sweet savors of holiness wafting from the direction of the West, and the Westerner would ever detect the fragrant breezes of love blowing from the East. Methinks this stretch of a myriad leagues hath been reduced to a mere step, and these countless stopping-places to a span of the hand, that this vast distance should in no wise pose any obstacle or barrier. This is the indubitable truth, could men but move in the lofty heights of the spirit.
A complete typescript of the original Persian and Arabic text of this passage appears below.