To Mr. E. T. Sturdy
By this time the copies of the lectures must have reached you. Hope they may be of some use.
I think, in the first place, there are so many difficulties to overcome; in the second place, they think that they are fit for nothing — that is the national disease; thirdly, they are afraid to face the winter at once; the Tibet man they don’t think is a very strong man to work in England. Some one will come sooner or later.
Yours in the Sat,
PS. My Christmas greetings to all our friends — to Mrs. and Mr. Johnson, to Lady Margesson, Mrs. Clark, Miss Hawes, Miss Müller, Miss Steel, and all the rest. — V.
Kiss baby for me and bless him. My greetings to Mrs. Sturdy. We will work. “Wah guru ki fateh.” — V.