If someone is rejected, there is a reason for that, but that is not a reason for not coming in the Dome in this important time in world history.
People who wants to do good will not think like that.
Everyone who is invited is invited with good reason, and should come and do good for the world, not thinking about what small ego says, being afraid for his existence.

chaim_laib <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
This is not the right venue to post your nice thought. It should be
going over to the Capital of the Age of Enlightenment-they are the
ones who are doing the rejecting.

Your attitude is the very one people complain about---"we're the great
ones" except when we reject and ban all those who follow their own
personal nature.

Chaim L.

--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, kenwoodfx <[EMAIL PROTECTED]..> wrote:
> Do not listen these little voices thinking on who`s winning or who`s
> Everyone is winning when more and more people come to fly together
in the Dome.
> This is time for open heart and mind for everyone, this is time for
togetherness, friendliness and broad and universal vision.
> The world is asking us to do the most possible for the world peace.
> We are those who know that, and we will do the best with our
knowledge which we got from our Master and our Holy Tradition.
> Come everyone, and let us do the best what we can for our world.
> Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
on 8/19/06 12:44 PM, chaim_laib at [EMAIL PROTECTED].. wrote:
> > Rick
> >
> > Why would you even bother at this point? It would seem like a
> > for the Capital, and one they could use to their benefit, "See, Rick
> > Archer agreed to do things out way" kinda thing. It would certainly
> > get lots of tongues wagging. You could be the representative "return
> > of the Prodigal Son."
> >
> > You've made personal choices in your life, you are doing a practice
> > that works for you. If acquiescing would work for you, so be it, but
> > wouldn't it mean no longer using the mantra you received from
Amma and
> > going back to your TM mantra?
> >
> > You don't think your two hours (or however much time) per day in your
> > program is contributing (if one believes this line of thought) to the
> > overall grand scheme of world peace?
> >
> > "To thine own self be true."
> > -W. Shakespeare
> >
> > "Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay
> > centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate."
> > -Chuang Tsu
> I concur with what you said, and thanks for the nice quotes. I was
presenting a hypothetical scenario, which will actualize when pigs
fly, in which the course office would decide not to concern themselves
with people's lives any longer. So if that happened and I did end up
going I don't think people would see it as a victory for the old way
of doing things. But as you say, I enjoy my practice as it is, so it
ain't gonna happen.
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