Fw: Re: [fukuoka_farming] "ungrateful control freak".
- As requested and sympathised with, according to rigorous respect of all subjectivities.Good riddance to bigotry.
--- On Tue, 2/10/12, hugh curran <curranhugh@...> wrote:
From: hugh curran <curranhugh@...>
Subject: Re: [fukuoka_farming] "ungrateful control freak".
To: "Jason Stewart" <macropneuma@...>
Date: Tuesday, 2 October, 2012, 1:57 AM
Jason, please send on to group, since for some reason, my e-mails
are not going through.
On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 4:06 AM, Jason Stewart <macropneuma@...> wrote:
> do you want me to send that to the group, because you cannot get it through to the group?
> On 01/10/2012, at 2:10 PM, hugh curran wrote:
>> In response to Jason's observations, I would agree that the person
>> being referred to is not Japanese & most likely an Anglophone type,
>> although I thought there was only one who person who was responding in
>> this negative way. Having been part of several spiritual communities
>> for some years I can hazard a guess as to where he's "coming from".
>> When one is in a community for a few years there often is an awakening
>> of energies & repressed egoism which is then confused with genuine
>> spiritual awakening. Such a person becomes hyper-sensitive to
>> criticism & believes that they have an understanding that transcends
>> others. They also become highly critical toward any authority figures
>> & want to elevate themselves by reducing others (ie those held up as
>> teachers or leaders) to their own level. One can hope that, in this
>> instance, it is a passing phase although it's not unusual to see such
>> hyper-critical attitudes being prolonged for some time.
>> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> Many unpleasant experiences with them since Feb. 2011 (in WP),
>> indicates to me they are very much Anglophone from their set of
>> peculiar values, cannot possible be Japanese nor have any Japanese
>> thinking/philosophy/upbringing and with regards to their English
>> language comprehension *suffer* from some dyslexia... . I feel sorry
>> for them for that, but never identify with any person who attacks me,
>> let alone with a pattern of attacks since 2011 Feb.. Their problems
>> are their problems and their responsibilities alone, and i will never
>> take responsibility nor blame for them. My 'mountains' of written
>> evidence, not LL's speculation at all, buttress my experiences.
>> For a while i thought they may be one of those very poorly paid
>> (treated like underclass job slaves) overseas workers within Japan,
>> from Bangladesh, India, China, or Phillipines. I met numerous very
>> hard working people when i was in Japan in year 2000 with my Japanese
>> ex-fiancé and family. They were poor paid cleaners and service staff –
>> in the USA tv media the stereotype of the poorly paid US tv janitor is
>> evoked here to evoke the same meaning in you.
>> That idea i scotched completely many months ago, for certain evidences.
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