Mar 08, 1999 04:37 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer
"By the very nature of our constitution not one of us in this life can ever
comprehend the Whole. At best we can hope only to glimpse a small facet of
Truth. Because the true Theosophist knows this, he is tolerant of the
sincere beliefs of others, knowing that as likely as not they are but
different aspects of Truth. But he is not tolerant of evil and deceit and
hypocrisy; only of sincerity.
- Elsie Benjamin, Bulletin No. 70 (June 1951) of Correspondence Fellows
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