Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo
The Complete Set
I am pursuing a policy of non-interference with others' patients according to medical etiquette. For instance D.R.R. called in Dr. R from the very start, so I didn't butt in.
Of course you can't interfere – but you may assist. R however does not seem to be fond of his acquisition – he was proposing to shove him into the hospital again! I think after B goes you must not hesitate to take things in your hands firmly.
don't hesitate to lead R gently in the way he should go. If he does anything foolish, interfere vigorously – I have told R at his own suggestion to call you and see what D.R. has, if it is typhoid he must go to the hospital – we can't deal with that here.