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Answer to the views of Mr. Veerabaghu on the pictures that appear in the Health Time Magazine.

Thanks for your advice and I would take note of it; In this world of conflicting views, workshops, symposiums and ideologies on evil, the magazine centers around the Truth of Godliness and the holiness of mind so that the wholesomeness of creative power and the Creator is well absorbed from the contents of the magazine intuitively; the readers will be slowly elevated to such standards that the mild form of objectionable images that appear in the magazine will be shunned and looked down upon and with slight - for the readers are more engrossed and overwhelmed in the thought process as they read through the health time. Their good sense surely shall keep growing in strength by the day; and the pictures that appear in the magazine will not be a matter at all with the readers as they continue to rise in degree; their minds shall fast gain maturity and they will never fall a prey to the unseemly ugly posters found everywhere on the walls of the tamilnadu highways, roads, streets, lanes and bylanes and even on the walls of their own houses; they would overlook it in the most dignified way. This is my view why I tolerate these pictures in my own magazine. Yet, I will compromise my view with your view and correct a little here and a bit there surely. And thanks once again.

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