Re: Dr. Bain on Dallas T.'s quoting and citing The SD, etc.
Jun 25, 1998 05:47 PM
by Dallas TenBroeck
Is this not illustrative of the way in which the mind progresses
? We are all centered on some ultimate goal, however well or
poorly we may define it to ourselves.
A forum such as this "Theos-talk" enables us to compare our
thinking with others, constructively. We seek to refine, to
sharpen to improve -- how else can we do it but by questions,
opinions, answers, and assistance ? Is not the basis for Theos -
sophia that wisdom-freedom which can only be expressed by
It is interesting to me, a rather devoted Blavatsky/Judge
student, to encounter many "post-Balvatskian ideas and thoughts.
It is not that I am unfamiliar with them, as the whole range of
the theosophical movement is open through the magazines and books
that have been published.
What can be overwhelming is the quantity. Then, how does one
develop selectivity ? Now that is individual entirely. And we
have to determine for ourselves what is sequential and
logical, -- coherent as a whole philosophy, and not just isolated
snippets of information.
I hope these few ideas may be of some help.
> Date: Thursday, June 25, 1998 10:17 AM
> From: "M K Ramadoss" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Dr. Bain on Dallas T.'s quoting and citing The SD
>At 11:05 AM 6/25/1998 EDT, you wrote:
>>In a message dated 98-06-25 09:41:04 EDT, Daniel Caldwell
>><< You may not appreciate these references but I and other
readers may find
>>the citations useful for our individual studies. I hope Dallas
>>continue* to quote and cite material that he thinks is
appropriate to the
>> Also I believe Dallas has a right to say that he believes HP
>>*knowledgeable* and/or *correct* on a given point or subject.
This is not the
>>same thing as claiming that HPB is giving out "inviolate,
>>I agree, Daniel. The Internet is a free forum. Dal has the
right to quote and
>>comment from an HPB-Judge perspective. I'm an eclectic
>>I find post-Blavatskyian authors valuable as well. Others may
not agree but
>>we're not within the confines of an organization here.
>>My two bits
>Well said. The moment *any* organization gets into the picture,
>comes in no matter however much they try not to. The fundamental
>much to the dismay of many organizational types, of Internet is
>unfettered freedom to express your opinions and ideas.
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