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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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You forgot to have a look at Nishikanta's poetry yesterday? It has come back just as I sent it – want of time and absence of mind – I mean overmind?

How is that? But it is not surprising if I overlook something, considering the crush through which I have to go at a gallop.

My nights are again becoming heavy and I don't know how to deal with them.

So are mine with a too damnably heavy burden of letters to write.

I come out of bed with the morose thought that another night has passed away and I have done nothing...

You mean the morbid thought!

Thoughts of past pleasures and enjoyments are hopping in and out!

Man alive, send them hopping off for good. What a masochism in all that!


1936 01 30 Exact Writting Letter Nirodbaran