Re: Theos-World Leadbeater's problem
Apr 12, 2000 04:24 AM
by Bart Lidofsky
Martin Leiderman wrote:
> I never heard that. What I was told is the K. was going to be the "vehicle"
> for the World Teacher. Something like Jesus and the Christ.
> Please tell us if you know about it. They are very different matter.
According to Dora Kunz, Krishnamurti (to me, "the K." will always be Murray)
was the "vehicle" for the World Teacher, but rejected it. This fits in well with
the Hasidic belief that, in every generation, there is a person worthy of
becoming the Messiah, but the Messiah will only appear when the world (and, one
assumes, the vehicle) is ready.
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