Mr. Midget is a happy man. As he states, he has always been a happy man.
Well, we must conclude that he was also happy while the victims in the Philippine Bramacari school suffered or when Kasia in Poland committed suicide and in order to be happy he had to silence this topic.
Another interesting aspect is that a man who, as he says, did not have any obligations, did not have to work, did surfing, and is to have deep psychological roots so that the practical side of his naimittika dharma would help people who have learned and worked in a poor cold country since they were not drug addicts. It is really puzzling to take on such a challenge, in addition to using methods incompatible with the teachings of Gauidya Vaishnava such as creating another idol.
Let's put it in simple words - if you create an idol, then less serious students who don't know treat the guru as an idol. It is not their purpose to find out the truth of the Bhagavag Gita, but to participate in a sect, preach simplified half-truths, and recruit new members. Which automatically generates problems because the modes of material nature are working.
So how can you create an idol after all these problems?
Or at last and least to say that his disciples or students are happy or becoming happy. Shouldn't be satisfied that his beloved students are happy?
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 01/07/2020 11:38PM by DaWatcher.