Produced by Swami Chetanananda, Vedanta Society of St. Louis.
DVD includes five personal reminiscences of Swami Vivekananda (186301902 from original recordings.
These five personal reminiscences are Swamiji's meetings with:
1. Cornelia Conger: Met the Swami as a 'yellow-haired girlof six' in the home of her grandfather, John Lyons, where Vivekananda stayed during the Parliament of Religions in Chicago in 1893.
2. Josephine MacLeod: The Swami's great friend and admirer. "He said, 'Never forget who you are. Incidentally, you are an American and a woman, but always you are a child of God."
3. Katherine Whitmarsh: Grand-niece of Mr. Francis Leggett. In the summer of 1899, she met Vivekananda at Ridgely Manor.
4. Lillian Montgomery: Attended Vivekananda's New York lectures in 1900. "His great power was that he...awakened it (divinity) in his listeners as he was speaking"
5. Swami Satprakashananda: A respected monk of the Ramakrishna Order and a pioneer of the Vedanta work in America. He met Vivekananda as a boy in Dhaka in 1901.