Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Dev Singh - Personal Profile


Dev Singh
Dev Singh
United States
Birthday: November 19
Url: http://madebydna.com

Interests and Recommendations

Books

J. M. Coetzee, Jose Saramago, Fernando Pessoa, Rainer Maria Rilke, Walt Whitman, Robert Walser

Movies

Café Lumière, Flight of the Red Balloon (movies by Hsiao-hsien Hou)

Other interests

building and woodworking, organic gardening, programming languages, my dogs

Interview Answers

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Recent Activity

Sunday, 25 September, 2016

Friday, 26 August, 2016

Tuesday, 24 November, 2015

Wednesday, 18 November, 2015

  • New Forum Created a new discussion forum entitled A Quiet Space

Monday, 24 August, 2015

Sunday, 23 August, 2015

Wednesday, 19 August, 2015

  • Profile Updated profile details

Tuesday, 18 August, 2015

Thursday, 2 July, 2015

Thursday, 25 June, 2015

Sunday, 25 January, 2015

Saturday, 17 January, 2015

4 Comments

Katy Pompilis (account deleted) wrote:
Mon, 19 Jul 2010, 9:25pm

Hello Dev,

Not sure whether I should be addressing this to you here but thankyou for changing the title to 'Lounge' from 'Feedback'.

Regards,

Katy

David Loucks (account deleted) wrote:
Tue, 27 Jul 2010, 9:19pm

Dev, you've lost control of the forum. In the last week alone there has been the additon of a woman who doesn't know K from Adam and could care less. She is too busy with spreading her own garbage which seems to be a mixture of religion and psychology. Then there is the guy, I think his name is Tim Orr, who just posted saying he and K are the same and he encourages us to not be discouraged and keep trying.

Now you have let loose on the forum Randal who will flood each thread with his particular brand of bullshit. And speaking of bullshit there is the Experimenter's Corner which is complete crap and has nothing to do with what K was pointing out.

I was involved with the KFA in 1978 and 79 and met quite a few people connected with the Foundation with whom I am still in contact. They are still interested in K but most are no longer with the KFA. None of these people post on this or any other K site and now I know why. It's a zoo. No one cares about what K had to point out, or at least very few here do, and now with the above distractions I mentioned the forum has become an impossible place to discuss K. Can't imagine what you must be thinking. Man, I sure wouldn't want your job.

David Loucks

Ravi Seth wrote:
Wed, 05 Jan 2011, 8:03am

Therese didn't say she wanted to post on kinfonet but only wanted to have whatever she posted on this site.That at least, i feel, can be given to her if the same is easily retrievable even if it was a ruse..... because if it is otherwise we will feel not right down here in the heart.

But as an administrator of the site, the decision is yours.

Fri, 22 Jun 2012, 4:49am

Thank you sir, for setting kinfonet .