I don't really hate it - its just that when I encounter it, my nose sort of 
curls up as if I were riding down the road with my car windows open and I 
happen to ride by a pig farm or a paper mill - both are quite odoriferous. 
Nappy will probably have to look that word up - it means something that stinks 
real shore nuff bad. 



________________________________
 From: "curtisdeltabl...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]" 
<FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2014 9:37 AM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: FFL Hating Turq and Belief in God is a form of 
mental illness
 


  


--In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :




Buck is right. The hate MJ represents is on the same level of extremity as any 
terrorrist. The only difference is he hasn't crossed the line into violence, 
yet.

M: Having some trouble with Mr. Distinctions today are we? 

Very Nabbie of you to slip in the poisonous "yet" when there is absolutely no 
connection or link between someone expressing their opinion here and violence 
of any kind.

Even when I was a good little Maharishi teacher I would recognize your brand of 
slanderous shoot-the-messenger routine as foul. Both you and Buck disgrace your 
dead teacher's memory by acting like this. You two are doing more harm to the 
movement you claim to love than anything Michael has ever written here. He may 
hate the movement, but your extreme idiocy actually harms it.





---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony2k5@...> wrote :


Om
No, MJ you misrepresent me here.  I likened you and the nature of
your extreme hate and behavior to be like Hamas and said I could
empathize with Obama in his having to dealing with ISIS and that
level of such threats for instance.  I can 'understand' his position.
Groups certainly have some rights to defend themselves for their life
against terrorism and attack which may threaten their very existence.
You are a good example of that attack and terrorism for the TM
community.   I find you terribly interesting in this by example.  

Once
again in the news we have an example of  'group coalescing' to
protect themselves individually and their very life to exist as a
group:  

Canadian
Prime Minister Stephen Harper called the events on Parliament Hill
"an attack on our values."  

Stephen
Harper described the attacker as a terrorist and promised to
"redouble" anti-terror efforts.  
"In
fact, this will lead us to strengthen our resolve and redouble our
efforts... to take all necessary steps to identify and counter
threats and keep Canada safe." 

Om
Canada!
-Buck
in the Dome


mjackson74 writes:


This from the guy who said I  and people like me should be targeted with drone 
strikes.





? “..the role of principle Barry hater - and you have to admire the gusto!” 
No, we all rate posts as we may read them on spectrum; from posts that make: 
Observations, to suggestions, to criticism, by negativity and tone, to 
apostasy, thence to active anger and hating. In reading these posts I feel Ann 
through reading the individual postings here simply lost some faith more in 
Turq by her better understanding of his writing and approach here after reading 
the Lenz book that was posted here. It is that simple also. 
 I always read the Turq and feel he has a valid perspective from having 'been 
there' at a time, by his contrast with spiritual experience like Fleet's, and 
now I feel I have an even better understanding of him as a critic from this 
recent Freddy Lenz/Rama thread on FFL. Context often is everything.

That is something that is particularly good about the writing on FFL, that it 
often can render down what is truth. Judy was very much part of that process 
when she was here. Ann also helps with that by virtue of her mind about things 
and by life experience as context about things here. Some here have been pricks 
and Ann may be prickly towards people at times.  Rick seems to welcome almost 
everyone contributing to the related topics of FairfieldLife. I thank Rick for 
that. Public forum is often one of the best checks against theocratic tyranny.

There was an amazing open meeting last night in meditating Fairfield where 
everything was on the table in front of a bunch of the higher-up apparatchiks 
of the new TM movement. For upward pressures on the organization being beyond 
theocratic control, FFL has long been a part of the calculus of the meditating 
Fairfield communal culture.
There is a lot of change going on inside right now by virtue of the attention 
of public forum. Turq in his way has been part of that for years by force of 
his experience, personality and writing. I would miss him if he gets entirely 
hounded or completely embarrassed off of this forum. In the same way I feel it 
was really mean the way they hounded Judy personally off this list and out of 
this community. Rick and the moderators should have stopped that before the end.
I would hope we could all be kinder with one another in process.
Jai Guru Dev,
-Buck in the Dome

From: salyavin808 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com>
To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 11:48 AM
Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: FFL Hating Turq and Belief in God is a form of 
mental illness



 


 In the same way I feel it was really mean the way they
hounded Judy personally off this list and out of this community.
Rick and the moderators should have stopped that before the end.  

Huh? I don't remember Judy being hounded off the list. She got no more kickback 
than usual anyway. In fact, she gave every impression of revelling in a good 
row. And she'd amassed a group of fans, I recall she just quit posting and that 
was that.

I
would hope we could all be kinder with one another in process.  

It's the wild, wild web Buck. It's just the way things are done, there's trolls 
everywhere, I don't think Barry is one of them either.

So, what happened at the meeting, who said what and what are they going to do 
about it?



Jai
Guru Dev,  
-Buck
in the Dome 



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