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To Mrs. Ole Bull


228 W. 39th Street


New York





10 January 1896





Dear Mrs. Bull,





I have received your letter and also another from the Secre-tary of the Harvard Metaphysical Club. 104





I will be only too glad to come to Boston for the Harvard lecture especially--but these are the difficulties in the way: First, the work here will fall to pieces; secondly,





I have begun to write in right earnest. I want to finish some text books to be the basis of work when I am gone. I want to hurry through four little text books before I go.





Of course it is impossible to come this month as the notices of the four Sunday lectures are out. In the first week of February I have again a lecture at Brooklyn at Dr. Janes's.





My idea now is to make a tour to Boston, Detroit, and Chicago in March and then come back to New York a week or so and then start for England. In March I will be able to stay a few weeks at each of these places.





Of course it is true that [as] yet I have no competent persons here to carry on the work like Sturdy in England, nor any sincere friend to stand by me except you.





I will do anything you want me to, and if you think it is good for me to come to Boston in February, I am ready.





Ever yours with gratitude, love, and blessings





Vivekananda





P.S. I have not much faith in that Procopeia business, 105 except as a nucleus to work from.





My love to Miss Hamlin and all the other friends there.





Yours, V.









 



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