To Mrs. G. W. Hale

//To Mrs. G. W. Hale

To Mrs. G. W. Hale

Detroit
Tuesday, 27 March 1894
Dear Mother,
Herewith I send two cheques of $114 and $75 to be put in the banks for me. I have endorsed them to your care.
I am going to Boston in a day or two. I have got $57 with me. They will go a long way. Something will turn up, as it always does. I do not know where I go from Boston. I have written to Mrs. [Francis W.] Breed but as yet heard nothing from her. 24 His will be done. Not I but Thou–that is always the motto of my life.
With my eternal gratitude, love, and admiration for Mother Church and all the dignitaries,
I remain your son,
Vivekananda.

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