D O C U M E N T S 3 6 9 , 3 7 0 S E P T E M B E R 1 9 2 6 3 6 3 369. To Rabindranath Tagore [Düsseldorf,] 25 September 1926 Dear Master, I am sorry that I was not able to see you again in person here in Düsseldorf.[1] However, when I heard how greatly stressed you were here, I did not wish to be among those who are interfering with your peace and composure.— If you would like me to take care of any business at all in Germany that could be done by me, please know that I am at your disposal whenever that might be. I also feel the need to tell you that I am delighted to have made your personal acquaintance since I have been among your joyous admirers for a long time.[2] Wishing you and yours[3] a harmonious life and work, your A. Einstein 370. To Elsa Einstein [Leyden,] Monday, [27 September 1926] Dear Else, I just arrived at Ehrenfest’s[1] after a comfortable trip. It was very nice in Düsseldorf,[2] so I stayed a day longer than necessary. Gallinka is well again.[3] I was pleased with Bleuler’s report even though it doesn’t help anything. Now Albert is fully aware.[4] Hopefully things are going tolerably well with you. I will close now so the postcard can go. Warm regards, your Albert 371. Calculations [Leyden, between 27 September and 10 October 1926][1] [Not selected for translation.]
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