Act X, Scene 7

(Residence of the Tagores, Calcutta. Seated Dwijendranath, the eldest brother of Rabindranath, in his study. He sends for his personal secretary, Anilkumar Mitra. Enter Anil.)

DWIJENDRANATH: Have you received the latest issue of the Arya?

ANIL: Yes, Sir. It has just come. I am bringing it. Anything else?

DWIJENDRANATH: Do you read it as regularly as I?

ANIL: No, Sir. I tried for a time but found it brain-racking, too high, too deep for my intellect.

DWIJENDRANATH: Ah, my friend, that’s a wrong approach. It’s no intellectual pabulum. It’s for the soul. From my study of the whole range of philosophy, Eastern and Western, I can freely declare that what Aurobindo Ghosh says in his articles has never been said by anybody else anywhere. (After a pause.) Go deeper than your intellect when you read the Arya next and you’ll find it clearer.

Chinmoy Kumar Ghose, The Descent of the Blue.First published by Sri Chinmoy Lighthouse in 1972.

This is the 3000th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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by Chinmoy Kumar Ghose
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