SAKHÂRÂM GANESH PANDIT B. A. (Bombay)
High Caste Brâhmin Teacher and Lecturer from India
The Fourth Dimension or a Larger World,
at the Wisconsin Dells Chautauqua, Kilbourn, Wis.
on Friday, July 8, 1910 at 10:00 A. M.
Inquire at Office of President.
School of Applied Philosophy and Oriental Psychology
6500 Lexington Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Telephone Midway 1397
Free Sunday Lectures at 3:30 P. M. on Problems of Psychology in the Light of Hindu Philosophy. July and August, 1910.
The Fourth Dimension and the Teaching of Hindu Sages. September, October, November, 1910.
Weekly Correspondence Lessons in Yoga and Metaphysics. $2.50 per month; $25.00 per year. Begin Begin any month.
Lessons in Philosophy, Psychology, Metaphysics, Comparative Religion, Logic, Sanskrit and Yoga by appointment.
Engagements for Chautauqua, Single and Course Lectures, and Parlor Talks.
'Phone, write or call on Secretary to Mr. Pandit.
Ye are not bound! the Soul of things is sweet,
The Heart of Being is celestial rest;
Stronger than woe is will: that which was Good
Doth pass to Better—Best.
Ho! ye who suffer! know
Ye suffer from yourselves. None else compels,
None other holds you that ye live and die,
And whirl upon the wheel, and hug and kiss
Its spokes of agony,
Its tire of tears, its nave of nothingness.
—Light of Asia.
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