6846Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: I was a child of the seventies era eck. (sort of)
- May 15, 2014If the world, or any religion, really knew about what is God then would
people really be acting the way they are today? I mean all of the
weirdos, the nut cases, and political dictators?
My guess is that the above is the result of ignorance and not knowing
the truth. Instead, people believe what they imagine to be true. And
those who have the best stories attract the largest followings. It
doesn't mean they know what the hell they are talking about and it
doesn't mean that what the stories say is true. IMHO.
From: brighttigress@... [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous]
Sent: Thu, May 15, 2014 5:36 pm
Subject: Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: I was a child of the
seventies era eck. (sort of)
Mir Chong -
Although you've grown, I am shocked and horrified that your parents
deserted you for the cult! On the other hand, perhaps you were better
off not being dragged to eckfunctions and studying at home, etc.
My mother got involved with the Jehovah's Witnesses when I was a child,
and I sort of bounced between beleiving and not believing - actually,
it was more like believing but not wanting to have anything to do with
it and being horrified at the possibility of being stuck on earth for
eternity with no one but Jehovah's Witnesses, who I found mostly to be
very hypocrital and annoyingly "cultic" with those phony smiles, etc.
It wasn't until I was around 30 that I was finally able to sort of wake
up & dump all of it, and shortly afterwards got mixed up in ekult. Ha,
a cult solved my cult problems!! <gg>
But, without ekult I wouldn't appreciate the freedom of mind, heart,
and soul that I have today.
Good luck & best wishes!!! It's really nice out here!!!
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