FFL: Where writing projects come to die, and where writers become, well, just dull.
In Barry's case, I guess his grand project never materialized, and he's resorted to a daily writing exercise, where he tells us the same "moral of the story" every day. But still, that has a little more creativity than the other professed writer here, Michael Jackson, who just blurts out the same phrases day after day. I guess he considers what he wrote below, an "inspiration", or maybe a "burst of creativity". Hey, you gotta hang your hat on something. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mjackson74@...> wrote : Maharishi is a title he didn't deserve. I call him Mahesh Prasad Varmint. From: "dhamiltony2k5@... [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, November 2, 2014 9:53 PM Subject: [FairfieldLife] The More Proper Pronunciation of Maharishi Maharishi; in Sanskrit it is more correctly said, “Ma-ha-ri-shee”. More properly this decidedly is Not pronounced, Mahahorsie Ignorant Americans and many westerners not knowing any better use a hard “s” which is too often flat or broad and wrong. The Vedic is a softer “s”. The Vedic 'r' is retroflex too, which is very unAmerican. However, the seemingly affected version that one may hear around the TM movement which sounds somewhat European is more correct. Now, as like with bija mantras and properly adjusted pronunciation it is also important how you use the mantra. Yet as with the proper mantra but with improper pronunciation also no wonder people go crazy. Care that you not mangle proper names in usage. Jai Guru Dev, -Buck