I'm curious if anyone disagrees with what I said. It sure makes sense to me.
Dungeness, you're presuming that being "spiritual" is something different from being a decent human being. I heartily disagree. Being a decent human being is the foundation of spirituality.
Absent that, it's possible to justify lies, deceit, abuse, and other things that gurus sometimes engage in.
When someone shares a serious personal problem and seeks support/advice, I've never heard a decent human being say, "Stop feeling sorry for yourself" or "That's a sin."
Yet Gurinder Singh Dhillon said those things.
This shows that at least when it comes to talking about mental health issues, including suicide, the RSSB guru doesn't act like a decent human being.
Like I said, spirituality should enhance the qualities of a decent human being, not negate or lessen them.
If the RSSB teachings negate/lessen those supports of positive qualities, obviously someone should run from those teachings as rapidly as possible.