--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com <mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com> , Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:Tends to work that way. If your spouse violates their wedding vows repeatedly, you take your own vows less seriously and get divorced. __._,_.___
> on 6/13/06 9:23 AM, Michael Murphy at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Wow, Rick, thats interesting. I would love to teach TM at a reasonable
> > price once in a while. I know someone who does this.
> There are several who are quite successful at it.
> > I've been tempted
> > but I always think back the fact that I signed a legal covenant
> > promising not to when I was on TTC. How do you or others view the
> > ethics of this? There has been so much organizational change over the
> > years -- I wonder if the organization still exists that I made the
> > covenant with. I think it was the World Plan Executive Council.
> Your call. Has the TMO always honored its commitments?
So a promise is only valid as long as the other side keeps their side of the bargain?
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