Re: What is the main problem?
May 03, 1998 11:05 PM
by Kazimir Majorinc
Dallas, henx for your detailed answer, containing short and clear resume of
theosophical cosmology. However, I asked for ISOLATION OF THE MAIN PROBLEM
from the whole cosmology you described. I may suppose that "prevention of
the collaps of the Universe" is main problem, although someone may choose
other like "personal salvation." This two problems may have the same
solution (wisdom or so) but nevertheless, these are different problems. Do
you understand what I want to say? You must chose the problem before you
find the solution, and if it is the solution for other more or less
important problems, it is even better. Other candidates for main problems
are of course, my favorite gnostic-killer question: "what made Universe
(better: world) imperfect", or "how to use our possibilities on the best
possible way", "What is hidden purpose of the world" etc.
So, what is the main problem? For you or for HPB?
Was HPB ever explicit about that?
>>what and to what. Aristotel, Socrat, Heraklit, Platon
>> (did not considered it..)
>BUT READ AGAIN. THEY HAVE ALWAYS CONSIDERED THOSE TRUTHS -- the
>same as Theosophy. There is no difference in the fundamental
>ideas of Great Men, and Great Teachers in the past as in the
They wrote about many things, including some of that you wrote. They are
often deep in their teaching and there is a little doubt about it. But,
they did not isolated the main problem. It was not their style. OK, maybe I
forgot (or just did not read) the place where the main problem is ISOLATED.
If you know where it happened and what is the main problem according to
them (or any of your authorities) let me know.
Kazimir Majorinc, dipl. ing. math.
Faculty of Natural Sciences and Math, University of Zagreb
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