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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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Mother, in the pranam your looks vary so much from day to day that one cannot but realise at once that they have a significance. Today, I could make out that you wanted to tell me something but I could not understand what it was. I went over all the incidents of the day – no result!

It was only to keep yourself clear from all influences except the Mother's.

Can I have tea at Dilip's place, in the morning?


I hope there won't be any “encouragement of cravings”. Of course, I have not been able to trace any outward bad effects from such occasional indulgence.

If it is occasional and you have no attachment, it is all right.

I am trying, as you asked me, to give Sanjiban, a general idea of the surface of the body to help him in his painting.

Yes, that is it; especially the proportions and forms and the deformations coming by movement e.g. contraction of muscles in different positions etc.


1933 05 24 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran