What do you mean?If the elder Brother fall into vicious habits and start to harm others, should not the younger Brother step forward to defend the innocent ones and by that the family reputation?
I think we should press the matter further and get a clarification on the answer.
Is speaking the truth like being sentenced in court to you.andrey wrote:Of course, it is just the way the police operates. First we are caught by the police and then put in front of the court. Now we wait the sentence to be announced. We are not Brothers here.
The meaning is unlimited.What do you mean?
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God is God. He uses organisations (BK, PBK, ISKCON etc.) for His purposes. You are creating some dogmas. First of all you don't know what is truth. So you don't know what to seek. You have some presentation and conception of truth. Only God knows what is truth indeed. Only He knows what to do and when. Man can become an instrument of God only when he is pure enough. Until you have desires which are not in accordance with His you won't be an instrument. So if you want to become an instrument or just help God in His work you should find out what He wants.john wrote:Is God truth or an organisation? Anyone who wants to find and reveal the truth IS doing Gods work. Anyone lying for an organisation be it BK or PBK cannot be doing Gods work.
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No I am putting forward a concept. Which makes sense to me. A rule of thumbbkdimok wrote: You are creating some dogmas.
If you decide you are unable to find or know the truth, then indeed it will be best if others help you. If a piece of evidence is hidden, then it becomes revealed, then to me that is revealing the truth. So, what you are saying is, is that nobody should bother because no one will know the truth except God, well how do we then know who is God who knows/speaks this truth? At some point WE have to make a decision on what is true. That can only be helped by revealing all the matters concerned.First of all you don't know what is truth. So you don't know what to seek. You have some presentation and conception of truth. Only God knows what is truth indeed. Only He knows what to do and when. Man can become an instrument of God only when he is pure enough.
It's like like the game where a picture is covered apart from a small portion and someone tries to guess what it looks like, it can appear to look like something different when just a small portion is showing. That is why I believe all the Murlis and the Yagya history should be known, whilst you are happy to believe in the interpretation of the small portion of picture that is shown. From that you are building your foundation of spirituality and understanding, whilst I prefer to know all the details.
You are totally contradicting yourself here, with your earlier statements.So if you want to become an instrument or just help God in His work you should find out what He wants.
Then what is the meaning of karmateet and how does anyone become such?1. You cannot remove your bad karma which you did. According to karma law you will receive so much sufferings as much you did to smb. You only can do not create new bad karma. Also you can create new good karma.
It is said in Murli, 'if you don't make any effort, then you won't even get a glass of water', which to me is Shiva's way of dealing with fatalist , who think 'what does it matter what we do, it is all in drama anyway'.4. I guess you know about predestination of Drama? This predestination occurs on the basis of the natural laws. One of them is Law of Karma
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I wrote:If the elder Brother fall into vicious habits and start to harm others, should not the younger Brother step forward to defend the innocent ones and by that the family reputation?
I started this topic to document the PBK view on the early history. Instead of just saying, "we don't know, we were not told about all this; this is all new, I will ask" as I would. You went on the defensive using the analogy of police and courts.andrey wrote:What do you mean?
OK, I am sorry if my investigation threatens you or bursts your bubble but I hope it gives you leads and encourages you to investigate more yourself. Mostly, I think individuals will not because they have a 2,500 year old habit to prefer illusions. Do I mean Gyan is not true? No, I do not. But, let us just prove and illustrate it.
What do I mean? I mean the leadership of the BKWSU have hidden and falsified the history of the Yagya. They are now proven to have done so. You are tell me that to continue researching, to follow up any leads, is to act like a policeman ... is it my force of your resistance?
Why can it not be easy? Why can I not just ask once and get an answer? For all the 1,000,000 of hours of wind that has been expelled on the subject of the Brahma Kumaris ... why has the truth not be told in an adult fashion? How can illusion lead to truth?
OK. Please. If you cant add to the topic, please take your discussion elsewhere.
By asking questions again and again one may start thinking that you desire answers, but no, you just ask to show – see – you don’t even ask question, you are not interested, I’m interested, that’s why I ask, somehow I’m better isn’t it? Are we not all together aiming to find one and the same thing out of which we will be all content. Will the real truth not be beneficial to all of us you and me. Then why do you think that we may know it and will hide it. If we have not told means we don’t know. What is the use of asking again and again. Can we also not make our own research. Where is the need to bow in front of other in the form of “please, tell me”. The example is that impure kings bow down in front of pure kings. Bow down means they bow down their intellect, they say – “tell me the meaning of this” There is only one who never bows down to other he does not ask them for answers, but everyone goes and bows down in front of him and he gives answers to anyone, are we not aiming to become the same. (of course there are cases where one bows down and then denies) Do we not have the right to know as our birth right rather than obtained like alms or taken by force.
If it is like test like testing God, that what will he answer if he is God he may test you in return that what he will ask if he is my child. OK. If he does not say as I plan – he is not God. If you knew in advance what God is about to say what is the need to ask. This is also not asking for an answer, but with different motive. Then when the motive changes, could be the answer can change. It is also possible that one can adopt a wrong way, search in wrong direction, knocks on the wrong door. In such cases it is better for one to adopt some other way to redirect himself, change himself, when there is no success, rather than put more force out of which the success will not feel like success.
The question is why haven’t you already understood that there is no answer to your question. (at present). Then someone say see there is no answer – there is no Shiva. Well. You are the one who searches. If you have found there is no Shiva did you searched for this. Do you search so that you don’t find. If you have found that you don’t find then one can still find at some other time, other place. It is not the end of the world…oops…slip of the tongue.
The point is that the knowledge you desire can be perfectly obtained by any Dadi or Dada who has been there in the early periods of the Yagya. If you meet them personally and ask them for their honesty, watever you can receive as information this will not be the knowledge that comes from God, nor will you have met him. If the personal stories could uplif us then the AA would be the topmost people. If there are obstacles to this kind of personal sharing like stories then this is another fight to get this. But is this what we need? As for the PBK version of the Yagya history it has been mentoned many times at many places, why do you ask again?
I was making suggestions to you because you were the one who have said to have felt misfortune. With chasing me away you may try to prove that I am your misfortune itself, but it is also an option you could have your own problem within yourself.
In trying to fix this one, may become more tolerant towards others and their point of view. If you promote yourself as the real true-seeker, i don't see why cannot i be close to you. It will be my fortune. Are you also not desirous to serve others?
In the Murli, Baba has given us the aim to change from body-conscious to soul-conscious. To be a Pukka PBK can be a fine aim, because if we are pukka PBK we can become pukka deity, but it can also be a form of body-consciousness as you have given an example of showing off. That is not a virtue. If you have spotted this shortcoming, then it is surely because i have it in me, so please excuse me for it and i will make the corresponding effort to pay attention and remove it. Meanwhile, please forget it and don't keep it in your heart. If we are having a discussion it is because we don't like some aspects of ourselves. It could be one day we become fail-proof where there will be no need to observe and show fails.
As for the means to reach the aim of becoming a deity, as given by Baba in the Murli, he has said that one Murli is enough and there is no need even to go into the details of knowledge. He has appointed as the only method the method of rememberance (for which there is already plenty of discussion). But this is for a BK. Maybe you can have a different aim because you are different kind of BK. If your aim is this too then, yes, we have similar goals.
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