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At the Feet of The Mother

The Mother and Flowers (Richard Pearson)

A talk by Richard Pearson, recorded at Savitri Bhavan, Auroville.

About Richard Pearson: Richard was born in the north of England on 1 November 1934, in a Yorkshire town called Shepley. He was just eleven years old when he first came to the Sri Aurobindo Ashram with his father in 1946. He started to live in the ashram from then and studied in the ashram school.  For his higher studies, he did not leave the ashram upon Mother’s words but studied Botany in the ashram library. Later he served as a teacher in the Ashram school and as captain in the Physical education department. He was editor of the book “Flowers and Their Messages”. Today, he lives in the ashram and continues to offer his life in service to the Mother.



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