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Fri, Jan 21, 2000 at 04:56:58 (GMT)







Bullshit, Carol
I am posting this to the Forum so others don't get confused by the purpose and prerequisites to enter the Recent exForum, and of course to have a chance once more to state my position!

You are posting this to the forum so that you can take a public (yet saintly) shot at the Administrator who dared to refuse to put your needs to live on the rainbow ahead of the needs of the people who use that forum for it's intended purpose.

You claim to be beyond labels. Yet you want to be be member of the 'Recent-exes' forum??? You, who are beyond labels, no longer consider yourself an ex-premie, but you're willing to remain here and help 'save' people from narrow thinking? Gee, thanks.

There is probably no such thing as an 'ex-premie', I'll grant you that. But as far as the term describes the experience of walking away from a cult and the entire belief system that someone has built their life on, the 'label' applies. If a person views themself as an ex-premie, then they are.

But you say this meager term doesn't apply to you... So why have I had to ponder what to do with your recently submitted revised White Pages entry? You are aware that the White Pages are for those who are still trapped in label-land, right? It is clearly stated on the page containing the form that only 'ex-premies' will be included in the list, right?

What year is 'Not'? You know, the form field labled 'Was Premie Until'? The one clearly 'labelled' Required? You entered 'Not'. Well, I guess I'll just have to throw the whole listing open to whoever has 'Not' stopped believing in Maharaji. Either that or be accused of demanding some sort of thought purity, or of discriminating between the nots and the maybes in your world.

Should I just take the site down, Carol? After all, it's clearly judgemental regarding Maharaji. Hardly fair, right?

While you may have wandered on ahead of the rest of us into the land beyond labels, you seem to have left honestly and integrity behind.

5 Brighter than 1000 suns as seen through night vision goggles
4 As bright as the lights on Maharaji's jet
3 As bright as a 60 watt light bulb
2 As bright as a pile of burning ghi on a swinging arti tray
1 As bright as the inner light as seen by the third eye