Letter №68

 

Letter №68 (ML-16)

Mahatma K.H. - A.P. Sinnett

After 15 July, 1882


Covers - 2.  Pages - 37.

 

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    Letter №68, p. 37


    some Druze brethren and three more on their way. I was offered the agreeable privilege of becoming an eye-witness to the human butchery, but — declined with thanks. For such great emergencies is our Force stored up, and hence — we dare not waste it on fashionable tamasha.

    In about a week — new religious ceremonies, new glittering bubbles to amuse the babes with, and once more I will be busy night and day, morning, noon, and evening. At times I feel a passing regret that the Chohans should not evolute the happy idea of allowing us also a "sumptuary allowance" in the shape of a little spare time. Oh, for the final Rest! for that Nirvana where — "to be one with Life, yet — to live not." Alas, alas! having personally realized that: —

    ". . . the Soul of Things is sweet,

    The Heart of Being is celestial Rest,"

    one does long for — eternal REST!

    Yours,

    K. H. 

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