By Linda Prugh, 533 pages, Hardcover.
Josephine MacLeod was an aristocratic, cultured, liberal, idealistic, and spiritual American woman. She never married and was free from earthly ties and attachments. She had a tremendous passion for truth from her very childhood, and that made her free. On January 29, 1895, she went to hear a lecture by Swami Vivekananda and that changed her life. She became his ardent follower and carried his message of truth until she died in 1949.