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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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By “India's opportunity” I meant that if England is involved, she will naturally fall on India for help with men and money and India would be in a good position to hold out the bait of freedom.

What India? The Legislative Assembly? You think it has force enough to exact freedom as a price of some military help? Must have changed much if they can do that.

England has to be trapped in-her own den. We can't depend upon her generosity to give us freedom for the asking.

How you arrange things! If it were so easy as that!

I have become awfully irritated these last two days. Is it due to your exposition of the“chubby chap”?

Maybe. Ego irritated at its own chubbiness? Wants to be rough, rude and bossy; – a true he-man?

D. Ready is running a temperature. Etiology is obscure; I presume it may be yogic.

Rubbish! D.R. is not Yogic enough to have a Yogic fever.


1935 10 05 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran