Re: Re: Theos-World Lessons of history?
May 17, 1999 12:54 PM
In a message dated 5/16/99 8:01:05 PM, you wrote:
<<The way I understand it, in order for any action to have
"resolving" impact on the karma of any moment, that action must be integrated
mentally, emotionally and physically and driven by spiritual purity. Not
because one expects to resolve a karmic issue, but because it is profoundly
right to do. There can be no hidden agenda's, which one can never be sure
about, when past memory is available. I think it gives added depth to the
notion that in order to gain THE SELF, one must forget the personal self.>>
*Very* well put, and -- for once -- no argument from me.
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