--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, wmurphy77 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > 
> > While you can argue that the decision to go for the sqrt ME 
> > with the inherent greed factor of trying to collect 100's of 
> millions 
> > or even billionsof dollars, has destroyed the TMO (I'm not 
> convinced 
> > of that yet), you can't aruge that it would take many decades to 
> > centuries to attain the same theoretical effect by going the way 
> > things were going in the mid-70's.
> > 
> > To believe that the TMO would survive past MMY's life long enough 
> to 
> > teach 60-300 million people is at least as optimistic as 
> > that the TMO may yet attain its current goals, which are more 
> > workable, on their face.
> > 
> > And that 60-300 million required is the BEST-CASE scenario. With 
> > 90% attrition rate, it might really be impossible to teach enough 
> > people so that 1% of the world's population would be practicing 
> on 
> > a regular basis.
> That is nothing but *short-sighted*, if it's worth having it's 
> waiting for and doing right. MMY always wanted a shortcut since he 
> was in a *hurry*, did the Catholic Church become what it is today 
> numbers) overnight.............NO way!  Where's the long term 
> strategy, can't we walk and chew gum at the same time?  No, MMY, 
> for broke, it's all or nothing!  Looks like nothing at this point, 
> least in a macro sense!  Billyg.

Patience, says the guy who sells meditation CDs online...

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