6893Re: Sharon will hate this i suppose
- Dec 3, 2007Yes it is rather obvious that this post from "city.summer" was simply
meant to be an insult full of sarcasm. This individual has not
attempted to show any remorse at all, nor asked for assistance.
Actually, there is a wealth of information in the Links and files. I
don't see a troubled eckist or even an ex eckist asking for help. I
see an eckist trying to stir up trouble on an anti eckankar and anti
Harold Klemp (self proclaimed God of all Universes) etc. Message
Board. These type of people are just perpetrators attempting to cause
harm to those courageous enough to leave eckanCULT. They should be
confronted for such behaviour.
If anyone leaves ECKANKAR and they were in a position of authority,
they should post a Public letter of apology, either with their real
name or at least anonymously. I may set up a file at my Yahoo group
"xeckankar the chains of eck" for just this purpose. Sometimes ex
eckists hate it that people continue to speak out against ECKANKAR,
mainly because they still harbor guilt feelings for what they have
been a part of. They want everyone to forgive them and then go away.
Tygerpurr ; )
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "city.summer" <city.summer@...>
>Sharon will hate this i suppose
I see that you still know what is being sold on ebay concerning
Eckankar. Does that mean that you are still interested? If so why
don`t you go the whole way and apply for membership again???? Don`t
mistake me and don`t piss me off in your response. It is logical to
become a member in your case as you are still reading all the stuff.
You can do it with awareness, read it in a different way. You don`t
want to be known by the others? Do you have a second name then you
might want to use that. If you`re in trouble with the courses ask
someone for help. you know colleen you know leaf and Alf they can
C´mon you still love it otherwise you wouldn`t bother.
Hahaha. Yes I am laughing.
If someone has a fear of dog`s for example or hates dog`s the only
real cure is (eventually) to face the dog again, then the problem can
in the winter.
Over here in Europe we had the first snow today.
That`s why I escaped into a cafe and found internet, because it was
too fuckin´ cold on the bike.
--- In email@example.com, Sharon <brighttigress@...>
>email with a whole bunch of those confusing >>>>>'s but the post at
> A few comments, been busy & traveling here, backlog on email -
> Leaf - I was confused on your quotes post because I got it in
the website shows up without them, thank goodness! And I wrote a
response the other day but I think it didn't go thru.
>back then, who always wore them. Google "nehru shirts" and you'll
> John Morton - they're called "Nehru" shirts, after India's leader
get lots of sources to buy them, evidently they're "back".
>the 70's, could it have been "Sgt. Pepper"? The only thing I
> I almost totally don't recall a Broadway show I went to back in
remember is the "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" number, I was totally
wasted and in the first row balcony, had an almost overwhelming urge
to puke but managed to stifle and not ruin the show for the people
below me. And is my memory correct - back then, couldn't you smoke
in theaters? Seems to me I recall the seats in Radio City Music
Hall had little ashtrays built in? Or was that Madison Square Garden?
>exactly what was so great about them? Their music was so simple,
> Yeah, the Beatles were *so* great - does anyone else wonder
IMO, but it's still magic!
>discourses over at Ebay. If you've seen them, you know they're not
> Oh!! Almost forgot - right now someone's selling Satsang & HI
worth the paper they're printed on, but it can be helpful to see
those "HI" things and realize even more that there's *nothing* worth
staying in e-kult for!
>firstname.lastname@example.org al_radzik Mon Nov 5, 2007 9:13 am
> Bye all, have a great day!!
> email@example.com wrote:
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> Re: Across the Universe From: al_radzik
> Re: Across the Universe + beatle shirts From: John Morton
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> Re: Across the Universe Posted by: "al_radzik"
(PST) --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tomleafeater"
> > Best movie I've seen in a while is "Across the Universe," which
> > brilliantly uses Beatles music to create a storyline.
> > I really, really enjoyed that film. Reminded me of my childhood.
> > Brought me to tears, in fact.
> > Go see it.
> > If any of you still have a living pulse beating in you, you'll
> > it.eckankar,
> > Conservative, anal, stick-up-your-ass types, in or out of
> > need not bother. Save your money for your local police fund.either.
> > Holier-than-thou types, in eckankar or out, need not bother
> > You won't like it. Save your money for church.band
> > Leafeater (child of the late 60's)
> > (Ate lots of leaves and left)
> Hey Leaf,
> I haven't seen it yet but it's on my list. Are you a Beatles
> fanatic like me? If you ever ever ever get the chance, go see a
> called the Fab Faux. There's about thirteen people in the band anddo
> they do an ALL live Beatle show.I've seen these stupid Beatmania
> wannabees come and go, but these folks are incredible!!! They even
> the backwards part at the end of Strawberry Fields.
> Mean Mr. Mustard
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