To Sister Christine
THE MATH, BELUR,
HOWRAH DIST., BENGAL,
[April 4, 1901]
The subsequent proceedings have been so much interesting; and the interest has been growing so rapidly of late, that one could scarcely utter a word.1
I am glad to learn of Mrs. [Ole] Bull's sweet letter to you; she is an angel. You are peaceful and happy — good. I am growing towards it too.
I am en route to Chandranath on pilgrimage.
I have been anxiously awaiting a letter from you, and it seemed it would never come.
I am sure to be happy — can't help thinking so. After so much struggle, the result must come. Things take their own course; it is I who am to brighten up, I find. And I am trying my best. And you can help me by writing nice letters now and then; will you?
Margot [Sister Nivedita] is doing splendid work in England with Mrs. Bull's backing. Things are going on nicely.
I am sleeping better and the general health is not bad.
With everlasting love and blessings,
P.S. Please enquire of Miss [Sarah Ellen] Waldo about the publication of Karma and Jnāna Yogas and write.