Wednesday, June 18, 2014

The Mother & Sri Aurobindo are the tallest

@SavitriEraParty: Many Sri Aurobindo's devotees have actively campaigned for Modi and they should now plead for ARYA Centenary Celebration on August 15, 2014.
@SavitriEraParty: Metaphysics is supreme and therefore all practical knowledge and expertise held by Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras bow before the Brahmins.
@SavitriEraParty: It may surprise you that most people residing in Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Puducherry, Auroville, & other Centres have not read The Life Divine.
@SavitriEraParty: Reading Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine amounts to subject yourself a lifelong training to shun mythological fiction and savour metaphysics.
@SavitriEraParty: The Mother & Sri Aurobindo started publishing their mature Theory on August 15, 1914 which stands the tallest even after a Hundred years.
@SavitriEraParty: Experience is always privileged over intellectual faculty but while vision is subjective in spirituality theory can be subjected to scrutiny.
@SavitriEraParty: The only superiority that we can attribute to The Mother & Sri Aurobindo is on grounds of Metaphysics especially when compared with Hegel's.
@SavitriEraParty: Considering religious diversity obtaining in India The Mother & Sri Aurobindo have made it clear for new generation futility of superiority.
@SavitriEraParty: Harbouring hatred towards those belonging to other religions and the habit of denunciating them or ridiculing their practices is a disease.
@SavitriEraParty: Beauty Interprets, Expresses, Manifests the Eternal: "All Art is Quite Useless": What a Wild(e) Idea! Sri Aurobindo
@SavitriEraParty: [For me, Hegel’s Science of Logic has always been the great white whale, Ulysses, or Finnegans Wake of philosophy.]
@SavitriEraParty: [What most irritated Rand about Kant was the turn toward the subjective, away from the objective facts of the world;]
@SavitriEraParty: [So what Hegel is trying to do in the Phenomenology of Spirit is give some account of everything and relate together]
@SavitriEraParty: [Doull’s story is not only a story of philosophy; more concrete history as well, of politics and of “religion”] Hegel
[instead of constantly being in the pursuit of money. Working at jobs that one loves, rather than just making money.] Auroville

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