Friday, November 19, 2010
Reforms like a fixed tenure are an urgency
It is fairly understandable if Heehs defends CWSA including Savitri as he was the editor. The same is true for the books he has authored including The Lives of Sri Aurobindo. But when he supports the Managing Trustee with equal zeal, then suspicion arouses. So much so that, his followers are busy trumpeting almost divine status for the trustees overlooking all their faults.
This sort of blind mobilization must stop. Reforms like a fixed tenure are an urgency to save the Ashram from the pitfalls of aging and senility. This requires courage and goodwill in place of the shameful servility. [TNM]