- Jan 31, 2011
Sorry it does not, and its the only point that we need to discuss, otherwise there are too many points for a reasonable debate. Onus or no onus, why did the tenth master choose such disgusting scenarios to illustrate points? I would hazard a guess that the common man did not even know about drugs and sex, so it certainly was not in a language he would understand, most of the stories were not what common people could relate to, to them it was more like Eastenders, something with an almost fantasy storyline, I doubt your common man slept with prostitutes or knew about drugs. None of us should have to look beyond the base material, and the base material is base regardless,As i have repeated many times before, the onus is on the reader to sift the knowledge from the base material. Those with base instinct will get caught up in the base material. Those with Bibek Buddhi will look beyond that to see the essence.
You have asked this question several times already, I hope that this will finally suffice.
As I have said before, get past this point before we move on,
Why did the tenth Master use such extreme behaviour that the common man would not be able to relate to, other than as a form of entertainment with a moral? Is the Sikh religion not so much more than that?