Maharaji in Woodstock, Part 2
"I loved how simple and straightforward his message was.
I loved how joyful he was and how simply he delivered his message.
I wanted to have dinner with him. I suspect everyone in the room did.
I loved how of the moment he was. I responded to his NOWness -- the fact that he is very much a man of this century, of this moment, of this culture.
In fact, he is many cultures -- all wrapped up in 'modern man'".
Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at August 26, 2010 03:13 PM
Thanks, Mary Jane, very beautiful, yes !
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