Günther would connect with a few young British boys in Flower, where they had been given shelter. They didn't want to stay in the British ghettos, where you were only allowed if you were English speaking.
They also expressed their dissatisfaction with the situation in Auroville.
It all came down to the fact that criticism of Auroville was not allowed. No broader perspective, no feedback, no normal conversation.
At one time, Frankie would stage a show with the kids titled: “Let sleeping dogs lie.” That was the typical attitude of most Aurovilians. It was like talking to a brick wall.
It gave me the creeps, I wanted to scream in frustration.
What's going on here?
It was like a common disease.
I became worried I would get infected too.