Thursday, August 09, 2012

Sri Aurobindo never bothered about crowd

Tweets 23m - Savitri Era Party @SavitriEraParty Sri Aurobindo never bothered about crowd; he wrote, and the world reads his luminous works today with awe and reverence. Celebrate #August15 33m - Sanketik Ramdev and Filmy Anna are no hope for India's future. FIVE DREAMS Manifesto broadcast on August 14, 1947 is assured rallying point. 14h Let Sri Aurobindo's editorials in Bande Mataram, Karmayogin, Dharma, and Arya a century ago guide this nation and not Ramdev's shenanigans. 14h - Himself a bundle of confusion, Ramdev's quixotic adventure can be a cruel and costly experiment in deepening of democracy in the country. 14h - Ramdev is entitled to leveraging his popularity for any agitational venture but consequences as regards public welfare are sure to backfire. 18m - Know-alls need not be ashamed of not to have read Sri Aurobindo. To be a child before him & proceed with an open mind is the right attitude.
16h - … has 41 RETWEETS and … has 28 RETWEETS. Both are wrong in supposing an illusory Hindu monolith.  View tweet

1 comment:

  1. Not bothering about the consequences, what an educated n concerned Indian expects is a ray of hope against the age old concept of looting. Every individual has negative sides. What I feel more important is to see who has a better positive side today. Everybody needn't be a leader. Without followers, there is no existence of a leader. Being a good follower is equally a great asset as being a leader. Aurobindo was no doubt a great leader. So was Mahatma Gandhi. Can Gandhism be followed today practically in this fast moving world?