October 16, 1917
Received by James Padgett
I am here, Mary Kennedy.
Well, I am here and, of course, he knows it; and if he says he does not, he is either telling an untruth or is asleep, and I don't believe that he is either. Yes, I am here and am glad that I can write once more even only a few words.
I am, of course, very happy and have enjoyed the evening listening to your conversation, and especially that part of it when you conversed about the great gift that my soulmate will receive and exercise. I have known this for some time, but was not permitted to disclose the fact, and now that Helen has told him, I am all anxiety to repeat it.
Oh, how glad I am that he has been selected for this work, for two reasons: one, that he will be doing the will of the Father; and the other, that when his soul gets in that condition that will enable him to exercise this great power, I know that his development will be such that he and I will be very close together in our oneness, and that we will not have to be separated so very long after he comes to me. What a wonderful blessing this is, and how I thank the Father that He has bestowed this possibility upon my dear one.
I will not write more now as Helen says that you have written enough for tonight.
So with my love, I will say good night,