--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> > on 3/17/06 11:35 AM, feste37 at feste37@ wrote:
> > 
> > "Woe to the man who abuses his former spiritual teacher, 
> > for sorrow will come to him in the fullness of his days."
> > The Book of Feste, Chapter 1, verse 1.
> 
> Woe to the person who is afraid to point it out
> when his spiritual teacher is talking crazy, for
> he is a prime candidate for drinking the Kool-Aid, 
> and never reaching the fullness of his days.  :-)
>



This brings up an issue for me - why do we tend to "blame" the student/disciple 
for not 
having enough faith, or enough belief to overlook bad behavior, rather than the 
other way 
around?







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