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To Sister Nivedita
THE MATH, BELUR,
April 25th, 1899
MY DEAR MARGOT,
I could not come today. I am so, so sorry. The body would not allow â neither can I come to the Boses'. I have written to them.
I have an engagement tomorrow.
Possibly I may see you in the evening.
With all love and blessings,
To Sister Christine
The Math, Belur,
Dist. Howrah, Bengal, India,
10th May 1899.
My dear Christina,
I am getting better again. In my mind the whole of my complaint is bad assimilation of food and nervous exhaustion. The first, I am taking care of; the second will completely pass off when I meet you again. The great joy of meeting old, old friends, you know!ÂÂ
Cheer up! There is no cause for anxiety. Do not believe a single desponding line I write now, because I am at times not myself. I get so nervous.
I start this summer for Europe anyway, as you say in America. With all love and blessings,
Yours ever in the Lord,
To the Maharaja of Khetri
14th June, 1899.
MY DEAR FRIEND,ÂÂ
I want your Highness in that fashion as I am here, you need most of friendship and love just now.
I wrote you a letter a few weeks ago but could not get news of yours. Hope you are in splendid health now. I am starting for England again on the 20th this month.
I hope also to benefit somewhat by this sea-voyage.
May you be protected from all dangers and may all blessings ever attend you!
I am yours in the Lord,