Re: SY relatives (was feet, but I'm feeling nauseous)
- I agree with what is being said about the school issue. Children
should not be separated from their parents in this way.
Children need to grow up with emotional closeness and security; and
an environment of love and trust. To me it seems a betrayal of all
these things to send children away. Being sent away is a trauma in
--- In email@example.com, "canthisbejoel"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kundeleni"relatives
> <kundeleni@m...> wrote:
> > K: Joel and I are in a similar situation as we both have
> > that have been taken from us in the most cruel way.can
> I didn't feel it much, until there were children involved. Now I
> see very clearly what they are missing out on, and my heart achesand
> for them. But what can I do? Any contact means attempts at
> indoctrination. I've had to put a stop to it.
> > In my situation, my mother is no longer my mother. She is
> > and totally different. She used to be an independent thinker
> > loving and kind. SY made her selfish.
> My relative was already deeply selfish. SY just confirmed it,
> supported his prejudices, and made it acceptable to behave in the
> usual appalling fashion. He now has an entire belief system
> confirming to him daily that gays are unacceptable, black people
> inferior, women must obey, children are mostly bhootish ifnot 'born-
> realised', blah blah blah. I've spent considerable time trying tosend
> unravel which of all his opinions are SY opinions, and which are
> just his own views. They can't be disentangled anymore. And they
> can't be discussed - any voicing of disagreement on my part is
> because I am possessed by evil spirits. My family likewise. We're
> I understand that attachment
> > to people and things leads to suffering. (something SY stole and
> > twisted from Buddhism). But it shouldn't make you think of only
> > yourself and your own desires. SY misses the point in that.
> Oh, I couldn't agree more. Selfish selfish selfish, they are.
> > They also say you shouldn't be attached to your children. I
> > that's how some parents are able to let their children to to
> school in
> > India.
> And how some SYs put pressure on even their non-SY relatives to
> their kids away. It's not gonna happen.first.
> > Sukamoga: I commend you highly for thinking about your kids
> > You were a bad yogi but a good mother:)be
> Yep. Good for you.
> > I don't care if SY mothers out there are insulted. If you can
> > blind as to let your children go to another country and not be
> > your own trusting supervision, you deserve the insult. Ask
> > this question, do you know ALL the teachers that teach at the
> > and watch your children? Do they have letters of reference? who
> > oversees them? Think about it.
> Anyone with kids knows how hard it is even to send them to a
> nursery or to see them go off to school. Even if said nursery orMy
> school is 400m from your house. India? In the hands of strangers?
> heart would simply break.
> > Kundeleni
- <kundeleni@m...> wrote:
>That's great! All three of my daughters show promise as vocals. And
> > Su: Are you a musician, K?
> K: Yep. I'm a vocalist/composer/singer. Heavily into sequencing and
> recording. Haven't been as active lately because of the little ones.
> I want to get back to vocal teaching soon:
when they harmonize together, it's gorgeous. They have no idea that
it's not something everybody can easily do. And a good vocal teacher
is so valuable.
What type(s) of music do you compose/sing?
Have you ever heard mrs. $ sing?
>Denny's?!? That's not a diner. That's a....trough.
> > Su: There is nothing in the world like a Jersey diner. They are an
> > American treasure. I prefer a Jersey diner to a fancy restaurant
> > any day of the week.
> K: I especially miss the cheese fries. Alas, Denny's just doesn't
We had one in our town, but it closed down. Probably because there is
an excellent diner located right across the street from where it used
And guess what? It's run by GREEKS!!!