--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Robert Gimbel" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Robert Gimbel" > > > > > <babajii_99@> wrote: > > > <snip> > > > > > > So, hopefully Seattle, is calming down again, since I am > back; > > > > > > At least for a while... > > > > > > > > > > Robert, I can only hope that you are joking. It's > > > > > often hard to tell with you. If not, I think you > > > > > should look into getting some psychological help. > > > > > > > > Thanks for your suggestion Turq., I'll be sure to look into > it... > > > > > > ROTFL! > > > > > > Barry Wright, Master of Inadvertent Irony: > > > > > > "The 'them' folks could be playing with their kids > > > next to the barbed wire, collecting wildflowers for > > > the dinner table back home, and the 'us' folks > > > watching from inside the barbed wire prision [sic] > > > they built around themselves will be convinced that > > > they're planting land mines." > > > > > > (Or, in this case, convinced that they're ready for > > > the booby hatch.) > > > > Did I mention "booby hatch?" > > > > I'm pretty sure what I said was that he might want > > to look into getting some psychological help, not > > an unreasonable suggestion to someone who has just > > speculated that he *personally* was responsible for > > this string of ugly murders because he wasn't home > > in Seattle doing his program there. > > > > If I may restore the part of the post you so care- > > fully snipped from your reply in your haste to slam > > me, Robert's own words: > > > > > Hello, my fellow transcenders, > > > Please lend me your ear: > > > I was away from Seattle during this time; and heard about this > > > horific crime, upon my return, a few days ago... > > > I do a lot of meditating while in the Seattle area; West Seattle, > to > > > be exact- looking over the bay, from the apartment here, and the > > > beautiful Olympic Mountains, in the distance. > > > I had heard, and have seen statistics, that when analysis of > > > the 'Super-Radiance' gatherings, took place, at various places; > > > That after the meditating group left, there would be an initial; > > > Sharp rise in chaos, or crime, or whatever... > > > So, perhaps in the effect of having one less person meditatin > here; > > > During that time, last week, perhaps shows us all, the power, of > the > > > meditation practice, indivually and collectively, expecially in > this > > > time of transition... > > > So, hopefully Seattle, is calming down again, since I am back; > > > At least for a while... > > > > What I'm waiting for next is how much you'll snip > > of my Lennon post when you slam me for that one. > > My bet is that it'll be all the parts that mention > > the people who talk big about believing in TM but > > who never *do* anything about it. > > > > Which course was it you said you'd signed up for, > > Judy? I mean, it's not even as if you have to take > > off that much time from work, right? You could do > > your extra "round" and continue to edit manuscripts > > in your hotel room, probably without missing any of > > the "knowledge" meetings. > > > > All talk, no action. And slimy talk at that, as in > > this post where you do the *very* thing you accuse > > others of over and over here -- snipping content > > from a reply in order to hide it. > > Who cares about snipping your stupid posts; > That's not quite as bad as calling someone insane. > I have my opinions and my experience. > There is nothing to 'do' in TM; > It is a matter of transcending and producing the effect; > Of calm light and sanity, in the atmosphere and in the world. > Any snip of any of your judgemental stupid remarks is not going to > change anything. > Your words are cheap; > And I resent your judgements, when you don't know me and know nothing > about me. > So, stick that up your French Ass!
Robert, he was mostly addressing me (although he was repeating his swipes at you along the way). He wasn't accusing *you* of snipping his posts, or of being "all talk, no action." To subscribe, send a message to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Or go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FairfieldLife/ and click 'Join This Group!' Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FairfieldLife/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to: http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/