By Swami Tejasananda, 128 pages, Paperback.
During his last illness, when Sri Ramakrishna could not talk, he wrote on a piece of papaer that Swami Vivekananda should have to work for the good of humanity. But Swami Vivekananda did not relish this idea, since he was yearning to remain absorbed in meditation and enjoy perennial Bliss. Sri Ramakrishna then remarked that if Swami Vivekananda would not willingly plunge into work, the Divine Mother would force him to do it. Afterwards, when Swami Vivekananda was in the ceaseless turmoil of work, moving like a meteor from the East to the West, and the West to the East, he used to say, "Something has possessed me and is giving me no rest."