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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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N has less sweating, and above all, his general appearance is so changed and he feels it.

We are inclined to agree with you.

He is weak, he says. I stopped soup. But should I increase soup because of flatulence?

Yes, if there is flatulence, soup is best.

Fruits may benefit him. If you think the same, he will require the pocket money for this month, to buy them.

Mother will tell C to send 2 oranges daily. Will that be enough? If more is needed, pocket money can be given.

I incised J's finger and he was quite bold. But funnily enough, while I was bandaging it, he said he was feeling giddy, and fell unconscious!

I think J himself is a little nervous by temperament.

It seems you were a little displeased about my “ado” about M's servant boy?

No, not at all.

Your mentioning “ulcer” made me think.

It was the story of blood-vomiting several times that made Mother suspect ulcer and insist on the hospital.


1935 02 04 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran