B7C5 AM

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 7 Canto 5

She puts forth a small portion of herself,
A being no bigger than the thumb of man
Into a hidden region of the heart
To face the pang and to forget the bliss,
To share the suffering and endure earth’s wounds

B7C4

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 7 Canto 4

One day I will return, a bringer of light,
Then I will give to thee the mirror of Gods
Thou shalt see self and world as by him they are seen
Reflected in the bright pool of thy soul.

B7C3 AM

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 7 Canto 3

Then Savitri following the great winding road
Came where it dwindled into a narrow path
Trod only by rare wounded pilgrim-feet.
A few bright forms emerged from unknown depths
And looked at her with calm immortal eyes.

B7C2

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 7 Canto 2

“Find out thy soul, recover thy hid self […]
In the enormous emptiness of thy mind
Thou shalt see the Eternal’s body in the world,
Know him in every voice heard by thy soul […]
Then shalt thou harbour my force and conquer Death.”

B7C1 AM

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 7 Canto 1

“A worshipped empress all once vied to serve,
She made herself the diligent serf of all,
Nor spared the labour of broom and jar and well,
Or close gentle tending or to heap the fire
Of altar and kitchen, no slight task allowed
To others that her woman’s strength might do.”

B6C2 AM

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 6 Canto 2

“A day may come when she must stand unhelped
On a dangerous brink of the world’s doom and hers.
Carrying the world’s future on her lonely breast,
Carrying the human hope in a heart left sole …”

Savitri B5C2 AM 1080

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 5 Canto 2

There is a Power within that knows beyond
Our knowings; we are greater than our thoughts,
And sometimes earth unveils that vision here.
To live, to love are signs of infinite things,
Love is a glory from eternity’s spheres.

The Mother Reads Savitri cover B04C02 AM

THE MOTHER’S SAVITRI: Book 4 Canto 2

A friend and yet too great wholly to know,
She walked in their front towards a greater light,
Their leader and queen over their hearts and souls,
One close to their bosoms, yet divine and far.