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OPINION
By Mohan Shenoy
        My activities are harmless to others. I do not ask for money from others for my activities. I do not force them to join in my activities. I do not take offence if they spurn my offers to join in our activities.

        I do not resent if the book or other articles are returned to me. What I am doing is totally non-offensive. What I do is not insulting to them, nor unpleasant since they do not attend these functions. My activities are not aggressive in any way.

        If a man works hard and makes money by honest means, then it need not be considered as greed, even if he is possessing already so much money that others consider to be more than enough.

        Saving money is a good way to avoid bad habits. One can save money to add to his treasure which may already be a large one.There are occasions when a man has no control over the expenses incurred by his wife and children. If he does not approve of the independence of his wife and children in spending his money then he will be unhappy.

      Many of the expenses by his wife and children and other relatives and friends could appear to be wasteful to the man.These matters are complex.
DON'T SEND US ANYTHING
        I received this note from a close relative of mine along with the book 'Adyar Gopal Shakthi Phato'. The book is distributed free of charge to all the members and even some friends of the Parivar. The relative is a member of the family of Adyar Gopal Krishna Shenoy and a prominent member of the Adyar Gopal Parivar. She or he returned the book along with the note the image of which is given above. I had sent the book to my relative since he did not attend the Convention 2010 and had no chance to take a copy at the meeting held at Moodbidri. Although one can guess that the person to whom the article was addressed returned the book, it is possible that that person did not see the book before it was returned. When a book-post arrives, anyone in the house can get hold of it. The addressee might not be aware of the arrival of the article. The person who picked up the article from the post-box might not show it to the addressee. This person might simply return the article as it was probably done in this case. Therefore I do not want to blame the addressee for the above note nor for return of the book. If she or he did not wish to possess the book, she or he could have simply thrown it in the dustbin. It was not a book for sale. No money was demanded from the addressee for the book.

        But the person did not take recource to such an action. If the person simply tossed it in the dust-bin I would not have suffered as much as I did when the book was returned with the above note attached. The person who sent the note and returned the book wished me to suffer the effects of getting one's post thrown back at oneself.This is not the first time that a close relative of mine has shown her or his anger to me at my activities. My wife is showing her severe resentment when ever she gets a chance. She gets enraged simply by looking at the photographs of my parents printed on the cover of the book. She showers curses on those members of the Parivar who call me on the phone when she picks up the receiver and comes to know that the person on the other end of the line is a member of the Parivar. She throws all qualms about the nicities of telephone conversation when she talks to these innocents and hurls abuses at them. They have not done anything for which my wife has to be angry at them.

        There are a few other people that are direct descendants of Adyar Gopal himself who hate my Adyar Gopal campaign tooth and nail. Those who know my past life and who might have suffered miseries by my words and or deeds in the past are the ones that are most resentful. I can not blame them for what they are doing. I simply observe these reactions coming from people to my activities. I do not react against this except by writing my opinion like this one.
UNSCRUPULOUS LIFE-PARTNERS
        By the term Life-Partners is meant either the husband or the wife. A life-partner would be 'unscrupulous' if he or she does not recognize the damage caused by a particular action of one or the other partner. If there is disagreement on certain matters the mutual affection required to live happily would be affected.

        On certain matters pertaining to bringing up the children, cheating a customer, evasion of taxes, giving or taking bribe for government or police work or spending money for charity, both husband and wife have to agree with each other for their married life to be peaceful.

        Many a time the husband is the earning person but the wife would like to have a say in how the money is used. She would like to limit his spending for charity or for his personal extra-domestic activities.

        She would encourage him or dissuade him from taking bribes, evade taxes or she would protest or not if the husband takes a wrong path in earning money and wealth. For a husband to follow a right path, the wife will have to go along with the husband's decisions.

        If the wife objects use of some portion of the earnings for charity, then it is the duty of the husband not to follow the wife's advice and be firm in carrying out his philanthropic activities. For the husband to follow a righteous path, the wife will have to go along with the husband. But if the wife objects use of some portion of the earnings for charity, then it is the duty of the husband not to follow the wife's advice and be firm in carrying out his philanthropic activities.
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