28 October 1922

La Prieuré, Fontainebleau, Avon

I would like you to see the dancing here. There again you see its not to be described. One person sees one thing, one another. I have never really cared for dancing before but this - seems to be the key to the new world within one. To think that later on I shall do it is great happiness. There may be a demonstration in Paris in a month or two. If so I wish you could see it. But would it just look like dancing? I wonder! Its so hard to tell.
Oh, about money. I don't need any, thank you Bogey. If I ever do need money I shall ask you first but at present I dont.
I wish you'd ask Ouspensky out to dinner when you are in London. His address is 28 Warwick Gardens. He is an extraordinarily sympathetic person.
There are masses of work going on in this garden - uprooting and digging and so on. I don't see why there isn't in yours. Or perhaps you are more forward. Won't you send Ida a card to Paris ‘Select Hotel' and ask her to spend a weekend with you if she returns to England? I don't know her plans. Still got cramp in my thumb. Oh, I wish I could write to you from this self not the other.   [To J. M. Murry, 27 October 1922.]