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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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I could not sleep last night, though there was no pain. In the afternoon I had a cup of tea. Do you think it was responsible?

It is true that a sense of nervous exhaustion sets in after taking it. I wanted to stop it after your writing but here I am again!

Certainly, you should not have taken tea in these circumstances. It is not good for the nerves.

All trouble comes at night! I was a little mortified to think that you can't or won't give me some sleep. After all, I maybe responsible for it.

It is your nerves that are responsible – they have too little resistance probably to pain and illness and are too easily restless. Relax yourself at night and don't struggle to sleep – but relax with all the mind and nerves and body quiet and let sleep come.


1934 08 27 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran