- Jan 31, 2011
Why? what is so important about what you have seen and read? What if people have no interest in your opinions? Having read only only a small part of the DG, by your own admission, how can you know what is an aberration and what is not. Maybe if you had read all the DG, you could have a point, but until then, you are just an opinion in a sea of opinions, not fact.I can only share what I see and read, but certainly when it comes to aberrations on a scale that change the direction and aim of a concept, then I feel that whatever I have seen and read should be shared.
I am sure if she needs your help, she will ask for it.Should I stay quiet and let harkiran Ji carry on with this information shortfall, even though I know that there is more info I could share with her? Or should I help her with her research?
Yes, we are all different, what makes sense to you may not make sense to another, when people can't see what I can see, I accept it, I don't waste my time forcing them to see it, why would you do that, again, given your limited study of the DG?I haven't embraced my own litmus test. The litmus test is the text and what it says. I simply look at it and reveal what I can see. But although some others can't see what i see doesn't mean that it isn't there. It's just that they can't see it.
then why are you wasting our time with your observations? not even 1% does not really qualify you as being able to debate the subject. Are you being deliberately modest because that statement does not make any sense to me given your writings. In which case the question does beg as to what you hope to achieve, you do not come across as a learner, you come across as someone very learned indeed.As for my knowledge of DG, it isn't even close to 1% of what I would like it to be. And SGGS for that matter as well.
then clearly it has not been taken in its correct context for some time, and I would say again, how can you know anything about the correct context given your knowledge as stated above.No, because taken in it's correct context, there would be no confusion.