Dear N., 7 October 1946

Thank you for your letter.

Within the last weeks I had a sort of bad conscience, always thinking that I should write to you, but I had such a hectic time this summer that correspondence was pushed
into the background.

I lost about half of my vacations because of Eranos, a Congress/ and Mr. Churchill’s visit to Switzerland.

The latter event was interesting in so far as I had a chance to meet Mr. Churchill at close quarters and also his most charming daughter Mary.

The reception Churchill had in Zurich was something you really have missed. Churchill told me afterwards that it was the best and most impressive reception he ever had in his life.

Yours cordially,

C.G. Jung ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. 1, Page 446.