> Well, Paul's exhortations are certainly warm and fuzzy.
> But the issue you had raised was why the *TMO* wasn't
> going around doing good works comparable to Amma's;
> that's what Shemp was responding to.
> As Shemp pointed out, there's nothing stopping a TMer
> from engaging in charitable activities in a non-TM
Yes there is. There's a mindset, explicitly cultivated by MMY, that helping
people on a relative level is inferior to developing individual and
collective consciousness, so as to get to the root of all problems. By the
same token, MMY goes after the rich people so that they, in turn, will help
the less fortunate. Sort of a spiritual Reganomics, which hasn't worked in
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