Because I have found that Mother also very often said that people should mind their own business and not meddle with the affairs of others.
So, would it not be logical and fair to remind those who are so keen to use Mother’s words to prove their point about the Savitri, that they should also pay heed to Mother’s advice and mind their own business instead of meddling with the business of people like Mr. Nirodbaran and Mr. Amal Kiran?
So why don’t we all start by minding our own business, and quietly read, study and start practicing all that Mother and Sri Aurobindo have written and said if we are so keen to listen to them?
23 April 2010 12:28, Auro Lumiere
Collective yoga and minding our own business
24 Apr 2010
And thankfully he finally appears to resonate with Ms. Francois de Nelly, with whom I fully concur when she says:
“So why don’t we all start by minding our own business, and quietly read, study and start practicing all that Mother and Sri Aurobindo have written and said if we are so keen to listen to them?”
And she adds: “I am willing to start, NOW. Will you (and others?) join?”
Well, I too am willing to start now and join that initiative, with the hope that the nonsense that was started by some may come to a much required end, for the good of all. Sincerely,
S. 24 April 2010 subject Silence is Golden, aurosatya vrata
Therefore, shouldn’t those who are outside of the institution of the SAA Trust and who find fault with it refrain from poking their nose into the internal affairs of the SAA Trust (and therefore mind their own business), instead?
S. 11 May 2010 18:26, aurosatya vrata
Moreover, they would mind their business and wouldn't be accusing the Sri Aurobindo Ashram establishment of a "nonsensical silence" when it chooses to ignore such trivial non-issues and rubbish.
7 June 2010 14:59, D. Subbramaniam
And it is in this very context that I believe and urged that as none of us are entitled to talk about Sri Aurobindo’s personal experiences and observations, we would all be wiser if we would just shut up and mind our business rather than delude ourselves of being in a position to talk about such matters.
10 June 2010 18:56, D. Subbramaniam