Dear Sanjeev BhaiSach_Khand wrote:It is better if you remove your interpretations which you have given in brackets in the Murli points you have quoted. I once again was reading those points and the words in brackets are causing disturbance in reading the Murli points. If you remove those words and give your interpretation of the Murli points below each point then it is better way to give your views. If it were just one or two words then it can be overlooked but you have written much more in the brackets.
Thank you for your opinion on this matter.
I would be interested to know, if others feel the same way, about this style of presentation of interpretations of Murli points; as I am in the process of compiling points, in order to use them, to create a sort of narrative, of the story of the Confluence Age. I have used separate colours in order to distinguish the Murli text in blue, from the interpretations in green, based on Advance Knowledge; and it is written in quite bold type, for ease of reading. There are also sections of further explanation, in a third colour.
I would be grateful for any feedback about this.