There is a rumour (circulating in India), that the source of the 
sudden need for money is that certain business ventures have gone 
wrong. Probably this is common knowledge, known to many already?

--- In, Rick Archer 
> on 12/24/05 10:06 PM, jyouells2000 at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >> 
> >> An investment is an investment! You are supposed to make as  much
> > money as 
> >> you can from an investment. I can't see anybody objecting to that
> > unless they 
> >> are just jealous of somebody creating wealth. My only objection 
> > the TMO 
> >> creating wealth schemes has been many are at the expense of the
> > purpose  of the 
> >> organization in the first place. To get people practicing  TM.
> >> 
> > 
> > Bingo - It's not the profit that's unethical, it's how the money 
> > raised to make the original purchase.
> I also think there's an ethical issue with what's done with the 
> There have been instances in which local donors' have bought a 
property, but
> all the funds have left the country when it was sold, and local 
donors have
> been told to buy another one.

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