The difference between us is that I am not so concerned about what God is up to but what the BKWSU is up to in God's name.yudhishtira wrote:Can I clarify then, how do you see God? It sounds like you do believe in God from this paragraph ... The difference between us is that my experience is that no one can come between me and God.
I think part of my turning point with regards the BKWSU came about because I thought that it would be much better to become the sort of person that "God" - or any of "God's" mates - would want to hang out with naturally; rather than attempt to get to know him by sucking up to either Him, or self-elect and unaccountable representatives, endlessly. I also accepted that perhaps I was not even needy or worthy of having God's personal attention and that actually, I might be adequately served by the part-time attention of some angelic force far further down in the Godly bureaucracy ... I mean, why would any god need or want to laivsh his or her love and attention on me when I have hardly even started to learn to walk spiritually?
So, at the most I will take "the God of the other 355 days of the year" when he is not hanging out with the BKs, thanks. In the meanwhile, I will be happy and satisfied with the weakest rays of the sun and a few drops of dew water.
Actually, what I can say is that I do not believe it is God that enters into Hirday Mohini any more. I do not know if I ever really did looking back. I can accept it is Lekhraj Kirpalani, that Lekhraj Kirpalani is at a far more potent stage than I am, and that he is channelling something or somehow ... but what's the opinion of a little church mouse worth about the actions of any higher beings never mind a Godhead?
I also saw or heard the voice of Lekhraj Kirpalani in the Murlis despite their recriminations that it was not. So whether it is, or whether it is not, it really does not matter. It is the bit in the middle that needs sorting out not the Her, Him or Them.
The BKWSU leadership kind of distracts one's attention to that in 10,000 different ways. I honestly do not think that we have even started to understand God yet and I am not satisfied with second best. Nothing is better than second best.