Mridu-di's daily blessing

Sri Aurobindo was extremely, extremely kind to Mridu-di. Every day she was able to see him for a few minutes. Very few disciples were allowed to see Sri Aurobindo. When he took his meal, she would go and kneel in the doorway for one or two minutes for his blessing.

The Mother allowed Mridu-di to be there on condition that she did not bring complaints against anybody. But Mridu-di did not listen, so the Mother would withdraw this special privilege. Then Mridu-di would cry and cry to be allowed to see Sri Aurobindo again. Needless to say, she won the Mother's compassionate heart.

Sri Chinmoy, Mridu-Di: my first and foremost mother of affection (Mridu Bhashini Devi).First published by Agni Press in 1998.

This is the 1230th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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