Thursday, May 15, 2008

#167, None of my people would be able to meddle with it

Swami Vivekananda wrote to Mrs. Ole Bull from Alam Bazar Math, Calcutta on Feb. 25, 1897.

"...The safest way is to put the money in a bank in America in your and my name jointly, so that either of us may draw it. In case I die before the money is employed, you will be able to draw it all and put it to the use I wanted. So that, in case of my death, none of my people would be able to meddle with it. The English money has been put in the bank in the same position in the joint names of Mr. Sturdy and myself. ..."


BLOGGER'S VIEWs
*Obvious that Swamiji did not trust his own brother disciples including Brahmananda, Akhandananda, Saradananda, Shivananda et al.

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