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(Amal Kiran:) “On September 17, 1934, after nearly seven years of attempt at Yoga I wrote to the Mother: “Pardon my writing to you without any specific reason; but I feel like telling you that you are extremely dear to me. In spite of my thousand and three imperfections, this one sense remains in me – that you are my Mother, that I am born from your heart. It is the only truth I seem to have realised in all these years. A very unfortunate thing, perhaps, that I have realised no other truth; but I deeply thank you that I have been enabled to feel this much at least.”
         Sri Aurobindo replied something which all of us might remember. He said: “It is an excellent foundation for the other Truths that are to come – for they all result from it.” And the Mother wrote underneath: “My blessings are always with you.” ”[1]

Writings from 1934Author
=1 "The Call of the Impossible"Sri Aurobindo
Autobiographical Notes and Other Writings of Historical InterestSri Aurobindo
Collected PoemsSri Aurobindo
Letters on Himself and the AshramSri Aurobindo
Letters on Poetry and ArtSri Aurobindo
Letters on Yoga — ISri Aurobindo
Letters on Yoga — IISri Aurobindo
Letters on Yoga — IIISri Aurobindo
Letters on Yoga — IVSri Aurobindo
More Answers from the MotherThe Mother
Some Answers from the MotherThe Mother
The Mother with Letters on the MotherSri Aurobindo
TranslationsSri Aurobindo
Words of the Mother - IThe Mother
Words of the Mother - IIThe Mother
Words of the Mother - IIIThe Mother

  1. Amal Kiran & Nirodbaran, Light and Laughter: Some Talks at Pondicherry, p.49

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