User talk:Swamichetanananda

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Rudi & Nisatgadatta Maharaj[edit]

Hi Swami Chetanananda and Monica O'Neal. Thanks for your messages on my talk page on Rudi and User talk:Joshua Jonathan#Nath. I'm delighted to read more about "Rudi". You're correct about the note you've added to the Inchegiri-lineage; Godman does not mention "Rudi" as a lienage-holder in this lineage; only as a visitor, who used the word "disciple". I added this information because there is so little information about the context of Nisargadatta. I'll work your note(s) into the article/table in the proper (that is, Wikipedia) way. I'll also check your other edits, and improve when necessary. Best regards, Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 07:56, 7 March 2014 (UTC)

I've created a page on J. Michael Shoemaker. I'll take care of your explanatory note later; I'll have to adjust the table, and that will take some time (more than the 10 minutes I've got left now). Thanks again for the clarification on "Rudi". Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 08:55, 7 March 2014 (UTC)
Okay, less than ten minutes. Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 09:08, 7 March 2014 (UTC)

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