June 20, 1916
Received by James Padgett
Let me write just a word, as I am anxious to make known to you that I am interested in your work and in the development of the knowledge of the soul and the means by which all men may receive the Divine Love of the Father and become at-one with Him.
I am not going to write you a lecture tonight and I merely write that I may get in rapport with you, so that later I may have the opportunity and ability to write you of those things of deep and lasting interest to mortals.
I am not known to you, but I hope that you will soon consider me one of your friends, as I desire to be, I assure you. I must stop now and in leaving will subscribe myself,
Your true friend and brother in Christ,