Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: WADSWORTH'S LETTERS. Jan. 3, 1889. Oh, you must not miss me so. You must try to have strength, for I am not far away. I cannot go too high while you feel so alone and so tired. I have not much breath now, but will soon make more; and I want you to come again so as to let me out. I did not go into the ground or near the casket. I was out of it. My heart is in the home with you, and I don't know what you will do. Your love and thought I brought over here, and I can soon get strong; and surely you will try, I know, to feel strong with my love that I left. I am coming very near to-night. Your loved SON. Honor and Fame on the Spirit Side. Feb. 21, 1889. 0 darling Mother, ?They help me to come better than I did the last time. I feel pain in my throat, but I will come and write; for I know I will get used to breathing the air again in a few times, and well you know I would feel more pain and more yet to get to you. I see now I am using one of the mediums you used to tell me about, and I did not quite believe it could be so. But now how glad I am that you persisted in your belief for little did we know how soon we should need one to help us to be together in soul. You know I feel so sorry to have you all alone; but, as it came, and perhaps was fated so, why, we must not try to rule things as we want them. We must give up to the higher powers, and know it was for the best. I can still work on this r;ide. There is as much to do here as on the earth, f-.nd just as much honor and fame.If I work well, I shall make light, which is more than money; for which light I can rise in honors, and build a beautiful mansion for my mother. Earth is a very small part of life. There are many heavens, and always room to grow in mind and to do good. I must first see you comforted. Of cour..