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Daily Reading







To Swami Turiyananda





(Original in Bengali)





102 E. 58TH STREET,


NEW YORK,





25th July, 1900.





DEAR TURIYANANDA,





I received a letter from Mrs. Hansborough telling me of your visit to her. They like you immensely, and I am sure you have found in them genuine, pure, and absolutely unselfish friends





I am starting for Paris tomorrow. Things all turn that way. Kali is not here. He is rather worried at my going away, but it has got to be.





Address your next letter to me care of Mr. Leggett, 6 Place des Etats Unis, Paris, France.





Give my love to Mrs. Wyckoff, Hansborough, and to Helen. Revive the clubs a bit and ask Mrs. Hansborough to collect the dues as they fall and send them to India. Sarada writes they are having rather hot times. My kind regards for Miss Boocke. 





With all love,





Ever yours in the Lord,





VIVEKANANDA.








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To a Brahmacharin 


(Brahmachari Harendra Nath) of the Advaita Ashrama, Mayavati





(Translated from Bengali)





NEW YORK,





August, 1900.





DEAR __, 





I had a letter from you several days ago, but I could not reply earlier. Mr. Sevier speaks well of you in his letter. I am very pleased at this.





Write to me in minute detail who all are there, and what each one is doing. Why don't you write letters to your mother? What is this? Devotion to the mother is the root of all welfare. How is your brother getting on with his studies at Calcutta? The Sannyasin-names of those there escape my memory — how to address each? Give my love to all conjointly.





I got the news that Khagen has now fully recovered. This is happy news. Write to me whether the Seviers are attending to your comforts and other details. I am glad to know that Dinu's health is all right.





The boy Kali has a tendency to become fat; but this will all surely go away by constantly climbing up and down the hills there. Tell Swarup that I am very much pleased with his conducting of the paper. He is doing splendid work.





Give to all others also my love and blessings. Tell everybody that my health is now all right. From here I shall go to England and from there to India very shortly.





With all blessings,





VIVEKANANDA.









 



















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