From ‘Epistles – Fourth Series’-chapter -V of Volume 8 of The Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda.
To Miss Josephine MacLeod
1719 TURK STREET,
30th March, 1900.
MY DEAR JOE,
Many thanks for the prompt sending of the books. They will sell quick, I believe. You have become worse than me in changing your plans, I see. I wonder why I have not got any Awakened India yet. My mail is getting so knocked about, I am afraid.
I am working hard — making some money — and am getting better in health. Work morning and evening, go to bed at 12 p.m. after a heavy supper! — and trudge all over the town! And get better too!
So Mrs. Milton is there, give her my love, will you? Has not Turiyananda’s leg got all right?
I have sent Margot’s letter to Mrs. Bull as she wanted. I am so happy to learn of Mrs. Leggett’s gift to her. Things have got to come round; anyway, they are bound to, because nothing is eternal.
I will be a week or two more here if I find it paying, then go to a place near by called Stockton and then — I don’t know. Things are going anyhow.
I am very peaceful and quiet, and things are going anyway-just they go. With all love,
PS. Miss Waldo is just the person to undertake editing Karma-Yoga with additions etc.