A passionate question came to this blog today, over at Perspective on the Sex Scandals of Great Enlightened World Gurus.
New commenter at this blog, SINDWA KANYIMBA, asked this:
“From your article, I conclude that being enlightened does not make one to be more morally upright and does not build ethic.
“If so, it’s of no use and I see no need to pursue practices leading to enlightenment.
“Most of these gurus were meditators. This to me implies meditation does not make one a better person in society.
“Why the hype on the benefits of meditation since it does not confer high moral/ethical standards?”
Let’s try this experiment, Blog-Buddies. How about YOU answer this, one comment at a time?