Re: Re: Olcott
Jun 26, 1998 07:58 PM
by Annette Rivington
M K Ramadoss wrote:
If I am to finish this thread by understanding the lesson, I need to
know a couple of things here. Would you care to answer...
> I think that the major turning point came when he had a visit from one of
> the Adepts and was told what his opportunities and "rewards" were. It is
> not easy for most to give up almost everything and embark to a country he
> knew nothing of and a cause which is usually referred to as a "forlorn" hope.
In what way did the Adept appear and tell him?
What do you mean by "opportunities and rewards"?
Am I to make the inference that an Adept told him that he was being
duped and wasting his time "following HPB"?
Does this mean that Adepts can have differing opinions and "side with"
individual members in a cause, hence promoting dissention?
Finally, I am not being flippant when I say, IMHO there's nothing easier
in life than "giving up everything and taking on a forlorn hope
challenge" when current life brings little peace or satisfaction. What
appears to be "everything" is infact "nothing to lose". :)
[Back to Top]
- Re: Olcott
- From: "M K Ramadoss" <email@example.com>
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application