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Re: No cost, no obligation

Jun 14, 1998 07:04 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck

June 14th

Dear Thoa:O

Darned business this "preaching." I know you are not the only one
who has said that of me.  I'm not aware of it.  also you are
right about lots of reading, etc ... and I will say it of
yself  -- a very "spotty" mind that remembers some things and
forgets others.

Being 76 is annoying.  My inner self is quite the same as it
always is/was but this "old" body is not able to do the things it
used to, and I have to make sure that I don't lead it to areas
where it cannot function.  Alan says like striking the wrong key
on the typewriter, and then, rereading I skip making the right
correction.  Things!

Sorry that the "quotes" are bothersome -- not intended.  Ideas in
well spoken words are I think important. Source doesn't matter
(to me).

To me Theosophy is not only the current of thought today, but the
result of past thinking.  Like mathematics you and I are solving
current problems with a wisdom drawn from Euclid, Pythagoras of
Plate --- etc..What do you think of the work done by Penrose,
Margulis, Hawking, and Bohm, Einstein, etc., etc., who are
pretty much in the forefront of scientific thought ?  Isn't it a
unity of past and present made "real" and "creative ?"

Best wishes         Dal. Pax!

> Date: Sunday, June 14, 1998 12:20 AM
> From: "Thoa Thi-Kim Tran" <>
> Subject: No cost, no obligation

>Dear Dallas:
>>Thanks for what you say I have been "out of order," and will
>>to recalibrate.  Your friendly touch is healing, and
>>Are we not all under some stress or other -- I know I am, so
>>thank you-all for "bearing" with me.
>Theosophists under pressure, unite!
>   LET'S FORM A UNION             HA  HA             SNIP

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