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Re: Were Mahatma Letters forgery? Part Two

Oct 16, 2008 04:55 PM
by danielhcaldwell


You write:

I know some of the facts are very unpleasant. And if I tell those or
suggest that possibility, many followers filled with devotion towards
their leaders will be offended. However, I think, it is better to face
the unpleasant truth instead of believing pleasant lies.
I find that in this group some people are really interested in knowing
the truth, however unpleasant it may be. They asked me questions many
times and so I thought I will tell my understanding of the subject.
Philosophy can be harsh. It ruthlessly pursues truth. And any true
intellectual has to be ready to face the truth even if it is harsh and

You say you are dealing with FACTS and the unpleasant TRUTH.

But are you, Anand??

What ARE these facts you speak of???

As far as I can tell, you have provided Theos-Talk readers with few 
if any  facts.

You have simply made some generalizations.  Whether your 
generalizations are based on facts, the truth, it is hard to know 
since you have not provided any.

Tell us the facts, please give them.

Furthermore, in giving your vague statements you have left totally 
unanswered many many questions and considerations --- some of which I 
have tried to present in my previous postings.

I do hope that you will think and ponder on all of this in your own 
pursuit of the truth.


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