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Thursday, October 16, 2008

What matters about somebody's religious practices unless that stands as a block on our path?

2 comments: Mrinalini said...

Dear Tushar ji, Barindranath ji abruptly removed his membership from the Sri Anirvan site without a word of excuse. Hence I felt obliged to remove my membership from his site Aspiration. Congratulations - or commiserations? - on your discovering that you are a separate religion! Isn't this what Debabrata ji has been talking about so long? 10:07 PM, October 15, 2008

Tusar N Mohapatra said... from aju mukhopadhyay date 16 October 2008 11:44 Dear friends,

I haven't seen what transpired earlier amongst yourselves- I can't please for want of time- but I can say this that spiritualism is beyond religion- if we are on the right path- what matters about somebody's religious practices unless that stands as a block on our path? someone leaving a website and somebody joining may continue though with love and understanding that leaving could be avoided. In any case, leaving aside small differences- go ahead, go ahead- Age chalo bhai - Good wishes, Aju Mukhopadhyay

from aju mukhopadhyay date 16 October 2008 11:51 Dear Tushar M,

That I also said her that we are followers, devotees of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and there won't be any wavering- Let us not compare but can such things be compared? That vast Himalayan height! Let all try to reach - we do have our love for Anirvanji also but no clash. Let her do it- I have said something in the other mail also- let madam Mrinalini also see it. Please make it public if you can through your sites which you like preferably. No dispute in the spiritual journey-Good wishes, Aju Mukhopadhyay 12:03 PM, October 16, 2008

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