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Lawsuits, though shall not teach my meditations

Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:14 am
by Vanilla
"if someone would lay legal claim to a spiritual insight, then how spiritual are they?"

Re: Lawsuits, though shall not teach my meditations

Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:30 am
by Ockham
Right on!, Vanilla. I asked Ramsters why RSE charges such high prices when I can go to the church a few blocks from my home and talk to the minister for hours without needing to be a member, taking classes to stay, 'current,' or pony up a stack of cash. Furthermore, I don't get dis'ed by the church if I dare to go and talk to other people about Christ after I've been to the church. Actually, I think the minister would be kind of happy if I did.

Ramsters retort that only, 'Ramtha,' is real, and 'the Ram,' wants me to make a sacrifice so I understand the, 'teaching,' is important.

Why the heck should enlightenment be so exclusive and expensive? The universe is a big place with a lot of room in the tent. Why shouldn't all humanity become enlightened and ascend?