Josephine MacLeod And Vivekananda's Mission
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.