A READING from: "In The Company of The Holy Mother"
(available at all Vedanta Centres)
4 September, 1918:
Mother: "If only she (Nalini) get up at three in the morning and sit and meditate on my veranda on the north, she is bound to find peace. But she will never do it, and she talks of restlessness. What's this restlessness of hers? I never knew what it is to be restless in those days. Now I get so because of them.
"In an evil moment did my youngest sister-in-law come to our family, and I assumed charge of her daughter (Radhu); my troubles started forthwith. Let them all go away. I don't want anyone of them. What strange girls are these! They will never take a single advice. Odd that women should be so perverse."
Golap-Ma added, "And look at the way she (Radhu) dresses up, imagining that is the way to make her husband love her!"
(to be continued....)