To Alasinga Perumal -
on 28 May 1894 : In the meantime try to organise and push on our plans. Believe you can do everything. Know that the Lord is with us, and so, onward, brave souls!
I have had enough appreciation in my own country. Appreciation or no appreciation, sleep not, slacken not. You must remember that not a bit even of our plans has been as yet carried out.
Act on the educated young men, bring them together, and organise them. Great things can be done by great sacrifices only. No selfishness, no name, no fame, yours or mine, nor my Master's even! Work, work the idea, the plan, my boys, my brave, noble, good souls--to the wheel, to the wheel put your shoulders! Stop not to look back for name, or fame, or any such nonsense. Throw self overboard and work. Remember, "The grass when made into a rope by being joined together can even chain a mad elephant." The Lord's blessings on you all! His power be in you all--as I believe it is already. "Wake up, stop not until the goal is reached", say the Vedas. Up, up, the long night is passing, the day is approaching, the wave has risen, nothing will be able to resist its tidal fury. The spirit, my boys, the spirit; the love, my children, the love; the faith, the belief; and fear not! The greatest sin is fear.
28th May, 1895 -Dear Alasinga,
Herewith I send a hundred dollars or £ 20-8-7 in English money. Hope this will go just a little in starting your paper. Hoping to do more by and by.
28 May 1896 : Meets Max Muller in Oxford
28 May 1898 : Swami Vivekananda returns to Mayavati Ashram after 3 days meditation in the forest
He brought peace with Him and showered it on Bhagini Nivedita