A collection of essays and talks published over a long period of time in the journal Mother India. Many of these relate to Nirodbaran's recollections of his fellow-sadhakas during the early days of the Ashram, providing "an intimate picture of the unpretentious dedication of their life to the Master and the Mother". There are also other articles on miscellaneous subjects.
The editor remarks that upon going through these writings when they appeared in Mother India, he was
"thrilled by the sheer beauty of his prose, the coruscating wit, the rich allusions, the irridiscent poetry and the hidden depth of yearning; vision of a world within world, a sweetness that beckoned; and above all, his overabounding vitality, his sure eye for a significant detail, common sense and intuitive flashes; and a fine distillation in prose of the sweetness and light, of the eternal wonder that is Sri Aurobindo and the Mother."