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May 11, 1999 06:54 AM
by Richtay

In a message dated 5/11/99 12:30:59 PM, Louis responded to Doss:

<<Maybe we should take our cue from a lesson that the incarnation experience 
teaches us. There must be a reason that we do not incarnate with our 
historical memories intact, don't you think? >>

I agree.  It is a very kind law of nature.  Again, in the Voice of the 
Silence, HPB writes (p. 18):

"Kill in thyself all memory of past experiences.  Look not behind or thou art 

I don't interpret this to mean that we should become stupid, but rather, 
"innocent."  Despite my seemingly constant harping on Karma, I do not believe 
we are the same people we were in the past.  The T.S. is not the same T.S. as 
it was in the past.  So why let ourselves be wrapped up in previous activity 
and mistakes?  Such rehearsal is a perfect invitation to a repeat performance 


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