--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
<snip>
> > I repeat my theorem. Real bhaktis just live their 
> > lifestyle, quietly. Fake or mood-maker bhaktis tend 
> > to feel that they need to defend it.
<snip>
> You claimed that I said or implied that bhakti should
> not be defended and that its POV should be ignored.
> I didn't. Just above I have presented a fairly 
> civilized, socially-acceptable method by which a 
> rational person could defend bhakti and present
> its POV.

But you just got done saying, "Real bhaktis just
live their lifestyle, quietly. Fake or mood-maker
bhaktis tend to feel that they need to defend it."

Now you're saying real bhaktis *can* defend it.
Which is it?  Is it OK with you for bhaktis to
defend their path, or not?  Does such a defense
expose them as fakes or moodmakers, or not?







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