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Daily Reading

 


                           


To Mrs. Ole Bull 


Reading





6th Oct., 1895





Dear Mrs. Bull,





. . . I am translating a little book on Bhakti with Mr. Sturdy with copious commentaries, which is to be published soon. This month I am to give two lectures in London and one in Maidenhead. 





This will open up the way to some classes and parlour lectures. 





We do not wish to make any noise but to go quietly. . . . 





Yours with best wishes,





Vivekananda





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To Miss Josephine MacLeod





HIGH VIEW, CAVERSHAM, 


READING, ENGLAND, 





20th October, 1895.





DEAR JOE JOE, 





This note is to welcome the Leggetts to London. This being in a sense my native country, I send you my welcome first, I shall receive your welcome next Tuesday the 22nd at Princes' Hall half past eight p.m. 





I am so busy till Tuesday, I am afraid, I shall not be able to run in to see you. I, however, shall come to see you any day after that. Possibly I may come on Tuesday. 





With everlasting love and blessings,





Yours,





VIVEKANANDA.


 






 





 



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