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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 — 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,





VIVEKANANDA








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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! 





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,





Vivekananda.








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To the Maharaja of Khetri





THE MATH, 


ALAMBAZAR (?),





14th June, 1899.





MY DEAR FRIEND, 





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,





VIVEKANANDA.





PS. To Jagamohan my love and good-bye.









 



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