Postcard to Kazimierz Twardowski written 19.07.1928


Most Honourable Professor!

            Thank you for your card of the 15th of this month. I was very worried by the news about Kazik’s [Ajdukiewicz] accident. It’s a good thing it ended up as it did, because he could’ve broken an arm or leg. But it’s always a painful matter, and a holiday ruined. Please kindly give Kazik my cordial greetings and wishes that he’ll recover as soon as possible and be able to go to Wisła for some relaxation. I’ve arranged to leave here for Lviv on the 27th of this month to meet my son, who’s returning from Rymanów that day. Then I’ll be staying in Lviv until 1/8. If, accordingly, [Philosophical] Movement is supposed to appear only at the end of the month, it’d be a pity to send it to Stanisławów. The simplest thing would be for me to pick it up myself when I’m in Lviv. Since Sunday, my wife’s been in Tłumaczyk [now Tovmachyk, Ukraine] at a lodge so she can spend a few weeks in the neighbourhood of the foothills. I have the impression that the cure in Krynica is not going to yield any greater results for now. It’s possible, however, that good results will follow only after some time. In August I’ll probably go to this lodge too. It’s not out of the question, though, that we’ll stay in a place called Jaremcze [now Yaremche, Ukraine], or in that neighbourhood, so as to be in a village situated a bit higher than Tłumaczyk (15 km west of Kołomyja [now Kolomyia, Ukraine], approximately 400 m a.s.l.).

            I enclose expressions of profound esteem and wishes that you’ll be able to leave Lviv as soon as possible for some relaxation.

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