Apr 28, 1998 07:01 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
April 28th 1998
Theosophy International -- or "withoutwalls" perhaps
That's the way to go. Why worry about organizations and
politics, when the time can be so better spent on the verifying
of great ideas, and the exchange of information which leads to
that end ?
But I also can understand the urge of those who joined an
"organization" and regret the fact that it has diverged from its
original ideals and practices into something of a lesser order.
they are spending their time and energy to reform that which will
not be reformed.
The "Phillistines" have seized the castle and hold the walls
against their citizens, and the citizens do not know where to go.
It has become a "Police state." And make of its trusting and
loyal "citizens" the first victims.
Time to move to more congenial climes!
>From: "Dr A M Bain" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Monday, April 27, 1998 7:14 PM
>W. Dallas TenBroeck <email@example.com> writes
>> The quckest way to solve any residual
>>with any situation
>> that has become untennable, is to resign and
>>register protest. One's
>> reasons and principles may be clearly stated for
>Which is what I had to do, with no regrets, and now promote
>Theosophy International. Exciting, isn't it!
>THEOSOPHY INTERNATIONAL: Working for a New Age:
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