Re: The Internet, Now & Forever
Jun 08, 1998 04:03 PM
by Dallas TenBroeck
June 9th 1998
I had to laugh over your vision of a ULT meeting "heavily
moderated and very orthodox" Wow -- you ought to attend some
when we are all searching for answers and the questions and
responses fly fast and furious.
I suppose, like everything else, any meting can be made staid and
stolid -- in fact I would say that the nature of those who attend
either depress or lighten any study class -- and all the meetings
at ULT (which are free and open to any one) are study classes and
we are all trying to help each other and find the best answers.
So none should be "heavily monitored."
> Date: Monday, June 08, 1998 7:24 AM
> From: "Marshall Hemingway III" <email@example.com>
> Subject: The Internet, Now & Forever
>In a message dated 98-06-08 05:28:29 EDT, Annette writes:
><< Too much energy is spent on refining the words, manipulating
>stuffing ourselves with words. Too much energy is spent on
strategy of reading
>body language, modifying and explaining. Posturing, weaving and
>Avoiding the truth. There's just too much darn dogma and
dominance afoot! The
>challenge of the Net is to see and hear beyond the words. >>
>Very well put. I agree. Keep the Internet FREE and this list
FREE. This is not
>a ULT Lodge, orthodox and heavily moderated. We don't want
>over us with a ruler and smacking our fingers if we go outside
the range of
>"approved" notions of theosophy! Let there be free expression
and a free
>exchange of ideas. The parameters of theosophy are wide and
>so the discussion will range over dozens of topics and themes.
And why not?
>The Internet is the last outpost of freedom. Governments, in
>and for obvious reasons, hate it! Ideologues, left and right,
hate it! But I
>say "Long live the Internet!"
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