[Advaita-l] An apology
chevendrakaushik at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 01:18:41 EDT 2020
I understand what you are saying. As the moderator of the group it's your
duty to keep the discussions on topic.
My only intention in that email is that I have no other source or person
who I can ask my doubts to.
Sometimes when I read a few things it scares me and disturbs me a bit. The
only option I have is to post it in the group.
But still I won't be posting in the group anymore.
Few respected and members of the group have emailed me personally.
They have provided me material for beginners. They have asked me to email
them if I have any doubts. I can't even describe the compassion and
guidance they have shown me. I once again thank them.
Om namah shivaya
On Wed, 5 Aug 2020, 10:34 Jaldhar H. Vyas via Advaita-l, <
advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Aug 2020, Kaushik Chevendra via Advaita-l wrote:
> > I have decided I won't ask any more questions or post any answers.
> In Advaita-L we welcome "tourists" as well as sadhakas. But personally,
> my interest is in assisting the sadhakas as much as I can. You come
> across as a sincere person who really wishes to learn in order to better
> yourself and any correspondance I have had with you has been only with
> that view.
> it would be a great pity if you stopped asking questions but
> consider if there is a better, more systematic way of asking that will
> leader to higher and higher levels of knowledge.
> Imagine a physics forum.
> I have friends who are professional physicists and the bane of their
> existence is crackpots (unfortunately escpecially prevalent on the
> Internet) who come up with crazy schemes for perpetual motion etc. and
> when their errors are pointed out think "the establishment" is conspiring
> to deny their self-evident genius. Would it be wrong for the physics
> forum to insist they restrict themselves to talk of actual mainstream
> physics or leave? What do you think?
> Ok another scenario. There is someone who really loves physics but
> doesn't have enough background to really understand physics concepts. If
> an experienced member of the forum says to them "you should learn atleast
> calculus, preferably even higher mathematics in order to understand
> advanced physics" do you think that is ok? What if the new person
> replies, "But I don't want to learn mathematics, I want to learn physics."
> What would your response be?
> One more. What if someone joined the physics forum and asked questions
> about biology. Some of the physicists have some idea so they answer but
> one says "You will get better answers if you ask on a biology forum." Is
> that ok? What do you think?
> Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
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