To A. P. Sinnett from the Mahatmas M. & K.H.
A.Trevor Barker (ed.)
A fragment from the original of Letter LV (55) on p. 322:
“Courage then, you all, who would be warriors of the one divine
Verity; keep on boldly and confidently; husband your moral strength
not wasting it upon trifles but keeping it against great occasions…”
We reproduce in PDF the 1926 edition of
“The Mahatma Letters”, published by T. Fisher
Unwin Ltd., in London, UK, with 493 pages and Index.
It will be seen, if reference is made to the “Contents” that the letters have been arranged in 7 Sections and an Appendix. The former contain nothing but Mahatma letters, while in the latter some letters have been added from three pupils of The Mahatmas M. and K.H. - : H. P. Blavatsky, T. Subba Row, and Damodar K. Mavalankar, not only for their intrinsic merit, but because they help to make clear questions arising in the main part of the book which would otherwise be left obscure.
Date of the present online edition of “The Mahatma Letters”: March 2017.
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