LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

Colorado Springs, Feb. 15, 1910.

Beloved Leader:—Your last message of love reached us while on the Pacific coast, and, as you well know, was read with deep interest and gratitude. Your very kind words, "I want you to inform me of yourself, your family, and your work.... I dip my pen in my heart when I say this," struck deep into our hearts; and you may be sure that we dip our pen deep in our hearts in response. We are busy in our work, very busy, but our only regret is that we have not time to be busier.

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