Re: Theos-World Nirvana and appropriation
Mar 20, 1999 04:58 AM
In a message dated 3/19/99 3:41:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, Richtay@aol.com
writes about peters quote by HPB:
"As this [Atman] can neither be located nor limited in philosophy, being
simply that which is in Eternity, and which cannot be absent from even the
tiniest geometrical or mathematical point of the universe of matter or
substance, it ought not to be called, in truth, a "human" principle at all.
<<Peter, what a terrific quote.>>
I agree with you Rich. This quote is powerful indeed. It can be extremely
illuminating and liberating when we humans, begin to conceive of, and explore
our NON-HUMAN identities.
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