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WESTERN UNION FSI WESTERN UNION MAILGRAM DALLAS TX 75238

MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY SISTER NIRMALA 54A ACHARYA JAGADISH CHANDRA BOSE ROAD CALCUTTA 700016 (INDIA)

MY DEAREST SISTER NIRMALA,

MY EYES, MY HEART AND MY LIFE ARE ALL SWIMMING IN THE SEA OF TEARS. THE MOTHER GAVE EACH AND EVERY BREATH OF HER LIFE TO THE POOR AND THE HELPLESS SUFFERERS. LET US ALL OFFER OUR EVER-BLOSSOMING GRATITUDE-HEARTS TO HER. SHE CLAIMED US AS HER OWN, VERY OWN. NOW IT IS FOR US TO CLAIM HER AS OUR OWN, VERY OWN, BY LOVING AND SERVING HUMANITY SLEEPLESSLY AND BREATHLESSLY.

MY DEAREST SISTER NIRMALA,

I SHALL LOVINGLY, DEVOTEDLY AND PRAYERFULLY KEEP MY INNER AND OUTER CONNECTIONS WITH YOU AND THUS I SHALL BE ABLE TO PERPETUATE AND TREASURE MOTHER'S BLESSINGFUL WORDS, MESSAGES AND LETTERS IN MY GRATITUDE-HEART-GARDEN.

YOURS IN THE MOTHER,

SRI CHINMOY


  1. MT 61. On 5 September 1997, Sri Chinmoy sent a telegram of condolence to Sister Nirmala in Calcutta.

Sri Chinmoy, Mother Teresa: Humanity’s Flower-Heart, Divinity’s Fragrance-Soul, part 3.First published by Agni Press in 1997.

This is the 1184th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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