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Re: Tolle Criticism

PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 11:09 pm
by Webwanderer
davidsun wrote:P.S. I 'see' labeling/calling someone else's actions 'harsh' and 'judgmental' as being an expression of a kind of 'harsh' 'judgment' in itself.
davidsun wrote:BTW, IMO your characterization of said commentary as being a 'harsh' 'judgment' strikes me as being ''harshly' 'judgmental' itself.

I'm a little confused. What's the point of your criticism? You seem to be working hard at making a case for something. And why are you expressly demonstrating the same behavior that you perceive as worthy of criticism in me? What are you trying to accomplish? Surely there is something more valuable to explore in this forum than starting a membership by attacking me about a dialog in a 9 month old thread whose participant no longer posts here.

WW

Re: Tolle Criticism

PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 10:54 pm
by dijmart
Davidsun, Please "stop" underlining "and" using "quotes" so "much". I "got" a headache "reading" your "post". :mrgreen:

Re: Tolle Criticism

PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:36 pm
by Enlightened2B
dijmart wrote:Davidsun, Please "stop" underlining "and" using "quotes" so "much". I "got" a headache "reading" your "post". :mrgreen:


haha....I was thinking the same thing. Wtf lol. That dude went through a whole lot of effort to underline and quote and bold his messages and even PARTS of different words, to basically come across with absolutely no point at all, in his messages :lol:. Quite hilarious.

Re: Tolle Criticism

PostPosted: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:13 am
by dijmart
Enlightened2B wrote:
dijmart wrote:Davidsun, Please "stop" underlining "and" using "quotes" so "much". I "got" a headache "reading" your "post". :mrgreen:


haha....I was thinking the same thing. Wtf lol. That dude went through a whole lot of effort to underline and quote and bold his messages and even PARTS of different words, to basically come across with absolutely no point at all, in his messages :lol:. Quite hilarious.


I agree! :lol:

Re: Tolle Criticism

PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:21 am
by painBody
Jealousy glows red hot, illuminating the faces and words of anyone afflicted.