Swami Vivekananda was a man of many moods. Sometimes he manifested the mood of a great religious teacher whose lectures blazed with spiritual power. Sometimes he was a great patriot whose words stirred the men and women of India to action. Sometimes he manifested the heart of a compassionate Buddha, and sometimes the mood of a prophet with a new message of hope. Again, sometimes he was full of wit and Humour. All of these moods can be found reflected in his lectures, letters, poems and other writings.
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