Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 11, 1998 05:59 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
April 11th 1998
TIME and St. Augustine.
An "illusion" certainly. I think HPB says this is S D I p.
"Duration" is eternal, but 'time' is limited by its own
St. A. also tied himself into knots over the question of
"duality", but seems to have forgotten that it takes a third
position for "opposites" to be seen and reconciled -- the 3rd
position, being one of non-involvement. Theosophically, in
'man' - the position of the HIGHER SELF.
That is it as I understand it.
>From: "Dr A M Bain" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Friday, April 10, 1998 7:16 PM
>Subject: Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
>W. Dallas TenBroeck <email@example.com> writes
>>The present: is 'past' as soon as you say it.
>>Now what is to be done ? Dallas
>Saint Augustine of Hippo tied himself in knots over this one!
>posited the notion that if reality (perhaps) we are standing
still, so to
>speak, while the future comes to us, through us, and into the
>Elsewhere in his same book ("Confessions") he actually gives the
>answer - time is an illusion - but appears not to have noticed
>done so. There is something just a wee bit theosophical in this
>don't you think?
>Brought to you from
> West Cornwall, UK
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