Friday, August 22, 2008

The clandestine conscience-keeper

[I may add here, that I am expressing my concerns only because I genuinely feel that the kind of feelings expressed in the above quoted para, and which is frequently done by others online too, work like acid, eating away at the tender and special bonds that hold together the Aurobindonian community. Particularly, in the absence of the physical presence of our Gurus and the lack of clear solutions to our many differences, may we be a little more understanding, patient, and kind to each other, and abtsain from flinging around unchastened, unsubstantiated emotions and thoughts. This holds true for me too, and I apologise for any ruffled feathers.
I believe, not restlessness, but an intense and yet patient individual quest is the need of the hour; if successful, its repurcussions will no doubt echo around us, in the larger Aurobindonian community, and in the human collectivity beyond as well.
And then, maybe, just maybe, the new set will be out quicker too. :)
"May we grow wide," as the Vedas say. V
11:34 PM 7:05 AM July 17, 2007]

Speaking of Anonymous comments, are we right in guessing that V [11:34 PM 9:02 PM 1:42 PM "May we grow wide," as the Vedas say. 5:05 PM, July 07, 2008 link], alias Niel P. [Napa, CA 9:21 AM, July 09, 2008], alias Vivek [26 July 2008 10:55] is none other than Vladimir? [TNM]

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