Friday, September 23, 2011

Seidlitz wavers

Seidlitz reiterates that "there are a small number of ungracious remarks made in the book." Now, how to deal with them? Should they be glossed over because of their minority status? Or, each of them be put under the microscope to ascertain what for it occurs?

Then, what about the quasi-political campaign against fundamentalism? And, whether the book is part of that well-orchestrated movement? Else, how come the objectives coincide; and the same set of people favour both?

Besides, is it only concerning the Ashram and the divide among the inmates? Or, the blow it has inflicted upon the unblemished image of The Mother & Sri Aurobindo? It pains to see Seidlitz wavering with his loyalties. [TNM55]

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