…. “In Lahore, Mr Goodwin became a particular favourite with children, and hundreds
of them were to be found always following him and asking him to share their simple
games. Of all Swami Vivekananda's disciples that we saw here he was undoubtedly
the most devoted, single- minded and capable. He was a journalist of considerable
ability, and as a short-hand reporter we doubt whether he had any equal in India.
Swami Vivekananda's speeches were mostly reported by him, Sanskrit and all. . His
pure life and gentle ways soon made him a general favourite. One of the truest and
gentlest of natures we have known has been cut off in the early dawn of manhood,
furnishing one more example of the saying that those whom the gods love die young"
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