Sunday, June 13, 2010

Why are you always searching for filth

From Jitendra Sharma aurofrance@gmail.com to "Tusar N. Mohapatra" tusarnmohapatra@gmail.com date 13 June 2010 10:06 subject Answer to Mr. N. Nandhivarman
Dear Mr. N. Nandhivarman,
               Since many years, you have been working tirelessly and zealously to prove to masses that everything is wrong with Sri Aurobindo Ashram and its Trustees.  An individual and an Institution should be judged by best qualities and highest achievements. Has the Ashram achieved nothing good? Are the Trustees devoid of all good qualities? Why are you always searching for filth and the worst qualities in others? Are you Perfect? Do you live in the illusion that all Ashram devotees are hypocrites and useless fellows?
You have no respect even for Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.  Are you aware of the spiritual consequences of your such Karmas? Prof. Jitendra Sharma

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Bharti Broadband (122.174.70.205) Madras, Tamil Nadu, India, D. has left a new comment on your post "Why are you always searching for filth": … And if we are keen and interested to follow the path that Sri Aurobindo has laid out in front of us, then Mr. Nandhivarman's or Dr. Raghu's observations will not bother any of us. Subbu. Posted by D. to Savitri Era Open Forum at 12:19 PM, June 13, 2010

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  1. People like Mr. Nandhivarman and Dr. Raghu will be drawn to attack Sri Aurobindo and his Ashram as long as people from the Ashram or associated to Sri Aurobindo go out of their way and drum-beat about Sri Aurobindo's greatness and like merchants try to sell his achievements as miracles. Such people who fervently praise Sri Aurobindo, typically do so only to try to demonstrate to others the high degree of their devotion. They are actually more interested in promoting themselves as devotees of Sri Aurobindo in order to try and borrow or steal some his greatness with the hope that it rubs off on them rather than actually trying to follow the path that Sri Aurobindo's has laid out in front of all of us. And if we are keen and interested to follow the path that Sri Aurobindo has laid out in front of us, then Mr. Nandhivarman's or Dr. Raghu's observations will not bother any of us. Subbu.

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  2. Your views are frankly quite silly and absurd, Mr Subbu. It's like telling a woman - 'dont dress too well, you might provoke people to rape you and if anyone did molest you, you yourself will be responsible!'

    You clearly are clueless as to why the two people you name "attack" SA and you certainly are presumptious to think that those who praise or defend SA do so to elevate themselves. Since you advise everyone not to be "bother"(ed) by anything anyone says (about SA), why are you yourself needlessly reacting and advising people on what they should or should not do? Dont you think you would be more consistent, if you just minded your own business, too.

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