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Volume 3

Letter ID: 764

Sri Aurobindo — Roy, Dilip Kumar

June 17, 1936

Passed a bad day – depressing, etc. Repelled bad suggestions. Resolved not to complain and be truly manly. Waitons.

I am very glad to know that you are keeping resolutely to the right attitude, for that is the true way to victory, but regret that there should be need for it still. But to go firmly forward is the one thing to be done – so as to emerge in the end from the storm and mists of the nature.

I have at last got time to study Nishikanta’s long poem. It is truly a marvellous success – magnificently easy and beautiful in rhythm ... [incomplete]