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Handwritten letter from Mahatma Gandhi, Borsad, India, to Mirabehn, July 6, 1931 page 1 of 4, English SN 31625 Summary: (1) Referring to her mother's illness, says it is better to leave an outgrown body. Feels it is selfish to desire dearest to live long; a lack of faith in immortality of soul. (2) Suggests to take up Khadi tours later. (3) Comforting Father Elwyn and soothing Gangaben.

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