ex-l wrote:In defence of the newcomers, I like to say that there are individual's interests, the organizations interest but also societies interest. And if we accept the possibility that the BKWSU's interest and "God's" interest might not be entirely parallel, society - which means other third parties - has a right and responsibility to keep an eye out for what is going on here.
To follow Shrimat 100% as directed in the Murlis is a very strict path. One which society at large may see as peculiar or unnecessary. On top of that it may be that the BKWSU are misinterpreting those ideas and leading souls in the wrong direction in some or all of the directives. I am still baffling out for myself what is Shrimat and what is BKmat. In my opinion there is a pearl within the oysterworld of BKness and that is Murli. Newcomers would not be aware of this and I am certainly not asking them to agree with me, but part of my responsibilty is to point it out if asked.
So to newcomers I say there may be something in the BKWSU that BKs need. I am NOT saying all is well or right within the BKWSU, but as to what percentage of BKs are happy in there path or troubled I do not know.
For now they rule the 'roost' as far as the Yagya is concerned, many of the mistakes they have made/are making are now being documented and awareness is being raised on these issues.
Time, I am sure will tell as to how much truth they spoke ...