--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, new.morning <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer <groups@> wrote: > > > > on 8/18/06 10:15 AM, new.morning at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > > > > >> > And its a good description of the problem, "to get what she > wanted". > > >> > Siva Ma was focussed on "what she whated" -- even to the extent of > > >> > shutting down the course (tattle-telling on others) if she > could not > > >> > get HER way. If she had come, humbly, dressed in TMO appropriate > > >> > cothes (no red dots) saying, "I am here to serve. If i can help > > >> > increase the numbers in the dome, I am most happy to as long as > i can. > > >> > And if you need help in the kitchens or in setting things up, > please > > >> > call on me." And said nothing about what is none of the TMOs > business > > >> > unless asked. And if asked, keep it simple "I have seen saints, as > > >> > have most people in the domes. I am here to serve. If I can > help with > > >> > Invincible America, I am here for Maharishi. I heard his beacon > call." > > > > > I admit that Shiva Ma is a bit over the top (her name; her red dot) > and that > > surely sets off alarm bells in the course office. But her situation > wasn¹t > > so nuanced as the examples you gave. She was being asked point blank > about > > her past and future participation with saints, and she would have > had to lie > > blatantly to give the ³right² answer something she didn¹t feel > comfortable > > doing. > > I am guessing she was questioned, and 100's of others apparently were > not, because of the name she use on her application (is that her legal > name?), her dress and bindu.
Sounds to me like she was racially profiled -); > Her context-inappropriate behavior > apparently (perhaps) created the problem (asking of questions when > most were not). > > But given she was asked, a simple reply per above would have sufficed. > But I am guessing she went into the hyper whining mode of her letters. > So again her context-inappropriate behavior -- not only created the > problem, but amplifed it. If she had simply said the following, I > speculate she may have had an even chance of being accepted on the > course. "I have seen saints, as have most people in the domes. I am > here to serve. If I can help with Invincible America, I am here for > Maharishi. I heard his beacon call." > > And given a rejection, a true server/seeker/BEer, IMO, would simply > say -- "well, I offered my service. My service is not needed here. > Let me find another venue / area to serve." > > But no. She is going to shake the earth until she can attend the party > all the other kids got to go to. And if she can't, she is going to > have a trauma, and try to ruin the party for everyone else. > > This is not about high minded things like "honesty and truth". Its > about a kid who never grew up and is fixated on "ME". > 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/