March 7th, 1920
Received by James Padgett.
I am here, your own true and loving Helen:
Well, my dear, I am glad that the Master wrote you tonight as he did for I must tell you that he was much in earnest in what he said and I hope that you will think of what he said and try to improve your condition as he suggested.
He is so anxious to reveal to you the truth that he knows and which he realizes will be for the good of humanity.
He is so loving and if you could only see how tender and sympathetic he is when writing to you, you must not for one moment doubt his love or think of anything and be very impatient, or having him with you in all his love and influence. Try to realize what this means.
Only believe that I love you with all my soul and am with you very often trying to help you and make you happy.
good night, my own dear husband,
Your own true and loving,