After a meditative reading of the following passages from the book ‘The Mother’ with revered Sulochana Didi yesterday night:
“All wealth belongs to the Divine and those who hold it are trustees, not possessors. It is with them today, tomorrow it may be elsewhere. All depends on the way they discharge their trust while it is with them, in what spirit, with what consciousness in their use of it, to what purpose.– Sri Aurobindo.”
How is it that ordinarily the richer one is (materially), is more dishonest one is?
“It is because material wealth is controlled by the adverse forces –and because they have not yet been converted to the Divine Influence, though the work has begun.
That victory will form part of the triumph of Truth.”
“Wealth should not be a personal property and should be at the disposal of the Divine for the welfare of all.”
…….the warring Mirambika parents & SAES representatives could see a grand vision emerging and are on the verge of reaching an agreement along the following lines:
a) A Mirambika World University of Integral Education & Human Values will be created through joint efforts. A committee of SAES representatives and parents will start formulating a proposal and talk to the Central Govt and various State Govts for allotment of land for the purpose.
b) The University will have three major schools – the Sri Aurobindo School of Humanities funded by Vatika, the Mother’s School of Arts funded by Indiabulls, and the Sri Surendra Nath Jauhar School of Engineering funded by the Jauhar family led by Tara Didi & Pranjal Jauhar.
c) The Mother’s International School will have a free progress integral education school wing housed in the old Mirambika Building.
d) To begin with, children will immediately be given the option to choose free progress integral education till the 10th standard and over the next two years this option will be extended till the standard 12.
e) All litigation, allegations, etc between the parties will be withdrawn as soon as these terms are signed.
f) The only thing that remains is to wake up from this dream and work towards realizing it or face the reality of entrenched positions and more acrimony. Reporting after a shrill alarm rudely broke that dream.