Dear Turq, there is something dispiriting taking dreams away from people like this. That someone could come from way behind [TM.org] and even win the race, like the 10 year old running this horse race winning against all odds. Like this: http://espn.go.com/horse-racing/story/_/id/9354076/deep-closing-calidoscopio-captures-Brooklyn It could happen again that TM too become culturally significant again, may be even against all odds. I hope it all works and I wish them well, even the Prime Minister.
[!Calidoscopio storms home from way back to win!] Sincerely, -Buck in the Dome --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, obbajeeba <no_reply@...> wrote: > > Amazing witnessing the arrogance that runs through the topic of this subject. > I know people related to the name drops from heaven. The use of the names > were so prominent the users (those who named dropped for financial rewards > and fame, or selling something.) were so full of themselves as to keep up > their name dropping plateau to sell something, and were so outside of the > reality they stepped on the toes of relatives or walked over them, of the > named drops. > The humbleness of those who were actually family was seen in public. On the > other side of the curtain, family would laugh at the approach of these > magicians, when magicians were acting like the "keepers," of said names, > because blood runs deeper and continues just like everyone on the earth has > family they are connected to, ultimately as we all connect together as a > world family. > This whole ludicrous action is like Aunt Jemima being a real Aunt whose face > is put on the bottle of corn syrup filled pancake sauce and the Grand kids > who knew Aunt Jemima as Grandma, were told by the keepers of the advertising > of Aunt Jemima's pancake syrup, that they did not see Aunt Jemima enough > (because she was only seen on bottles and bottles of shelved product all over > supermarkets, to actually know her, and the reason is because Aunt Jemima > became a world re-known, and was catapulted to fame by all those who hold the > golden goose. Poor "grand kids," and other relatives are then surgically > removed from the principal of the fact just to hold the next advertised > commercial venture brought to you by the sponsors. In reality, there was no > spiritual dna surgery, because you can't change that, but the god's of woo > woo try to say different. > Aunt Jemima is still Aunt Jemina. The chicken and the egg are connected. > > Jack Lalanne can sell me a juicer anytime. It is when the vegetables start > selling Jack Lalanne when I will throw up my hands! > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Mike Dixon <mdixon.6569@> wrote: > > > > P.S. Politicians use the same strategy. > > > > > > From: Mike Dixon <mdixon.6569@> > > To: "FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> > > Sent: Saturday, June 8, 2013 6:52 AM > > Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Transcendental Meditation: Famous people > > who meditate > > > > Â > > They are looking for the easy target. IMPRESSIONABLE PEOPLE. Usually > > younger people. Remember the Beatles and the influence they had? I was > > sixteen when the Beatles took it up and anything the Beatles did, had to be > > *cool*. It may be embarrassing to us now, but it worked then, so they keep > > on trying the same thing, maybe it'll work again. Things can be cyclical. > > We're too old for that trap now but there's a whole new generation ready to > > fall for it, if done *right*. > > > > > > From: turquoiseb <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> > > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > > Sent: Saturday, June 8, 2013 4:39 AM > > Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Transcendental Meditation: Famous people who > > meditate > > > > > > I honestly don't know which is sadder -- people who are impressed when they > > read the Subject line of this post,or those who believe *other* people > > would be impressed when they read it. After all these decades, why hasn't > > the TMO thought up a less embarrassing way to sell its products?I mean, > > really... > > >