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Thursday, February 8th 2018

12:05 AM

Daily Reading







To Munshi Jagmohanlal





BALLEN VILLE


DARJEELING





15 April 1898





MY DEAR JAGMOHAN,





If you can find out all the letters that I addressed to H.H. on my way to — and stay in — Japan, Europe and America, please do send them carefully packed, under registered cover, to my address in the Math, as early as possible.





With blessing to you,





I remain,





Yours truly,





VIVEKANANDA








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To Miss Josephine MacLeod





DARJEELING,





18th April, 1898.





MY DEAR JOE JOE,





I was down with fever brought upon, perhaps, by excessive mountain climbing and the bad health in the station.





I am better today and intend leaving this in a day or two. In spite of the great heat there, I used to sleep well in Calcutta and had some appetite. Here both have vanished — this is all the gain.





I could not see Miss Müller yet on the subject of Marguerite; but I intend to write her today. She is making all arrangements to receive her here. Mr. Gupta is also invited to teach them Bengali. She may now do something about her. I shall, however, write.





It will be easy for Marguerite to see Kashmir any time during her stay; but if Miss M. is not willing, there will be a big row again to injure both her and Marguerite. 





I am not sure whether I go to Almora again. Much riding it seems is sure to bring on a relapse. I will wait for you at Simla — whilst you pay your visit to the Seviers. We will think on it when I am in. 





I am so glad to learn that Miss Noble delivered an address at the R.K. Mission. With all love to the Trinity,





Ever yours in the Lord,





VIVEKANANDA.





 






 



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