“Book and masters, systems and disciplines, are there to guide you when you grope, correct you when you err, enthuse you when you despair. But it is you that should get guided, corrected and enthused. Therefore, freedom lies in your hands, does it not? It does.”
Early 1960’s in the Tapovan Prasad monthly magazine that I was editing, I wrote a series of single-page articles under the title “Moments with Krishna”. For each piece, I chose a complete sentence through a part of a verse in the Bhagavad Gita, like “…apariharye’ rthe na tvam socitumarhasi” (2.27) forming the basis to spin a strand of meaningful thought. The language I used was slightly different from the one I use now for communication. Yet, when I read it again I cannot say that a totally different person wrote these articles. I recognize I am very much there except certain words I will not use now; certain thoughts I would certainly express differently. If you were used to my present way of communication, perhaps you would discern the same. I am happy that our Arsha Vidya Research and Publication Trust, Chennai, have unearthed this book for republication, unedited.
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