Friday, February 13, 2009

Time is now ripe for mankind to step upward

[from Prithwin Mukherjee to "Tusar N. Mohapatra" date 13 Feb 2009 19:44 subject Hello!
Bhâi Tusar, Pleased to read your
Amazon reviews, this is what I wrote in their site: It is a pleasure to go through these reviews of books by and on Sri Aurobindo that Tusar N. Mohapatra has penned for the Amazon site. The most exceptionally consistent and centripetal vision behind the LIFE DIVINE animated whatever Sri Aurobindo has practised and published. The time is now ripe for mankind to step upward in the direction of its transformed reality. Dr Prithwindra Mukherjee Research Scholar. But having no prior code, I had to withdraw it. This appreciation may, however, serve you. Kind regards. Prithwindra]

[from "Tusar N. Mohapatra" to date 26 Dec 2008 13:12 subject New Metaphysics series
Dear Dr. Weiss
Thanks for your note. Would it be possible to find place for
Sri Aurobindian Ontology in this "New Metaphysics series"? I think, your work has produced enough background for such a breakthrough.
Yours fraternally, Tusar N. Mohapatra
from Eric Weiss to "Tusar N. Mohapatra"
date 12 February 2009 04:50 subject Re:
New Metaphysics series Dear Mr. Mohapatra -
Thank you for this idea. I wrote to them, and it turns out that they are at very early stage of setting this up, but I'm now on their radar, thanks to you.
Yours, Dr. Eric Weiss]

[Because the individuals entering into an assemblage are autonomous, assemblages constantly face the risk of falling apart or dissipating into thin air like so much mist. Anyone who’s formed groups and organizations is aware of just how precarious and fleeting these assemblages can be; or how much work these assemblages require to be maintained. Object-Oriented Philosophy: What is it Good For? from Larval Subjects by larvalsubjects]

["We must hang together, gentlemen...else, we shall most assuredly hang separately." -- Benjamin Franklin]

The choice is ours. [TNM]

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