Re: Theos-World Re Stemming the Tide of Materialism
May 15, 2001 00:46 AM
Hi MKR, If we respect and revere Karma and its attributes and wish to aid
all possible, we gladly forget our plight and immerse our selves into
serving, this experience exposes more information to 'us' than all the
years of study, might. We can choose to dwell on our eventual future due
to past or present deeds, but we might begin to renew and regard our
advancement as nothing more as selfish attention, our brother's and
sister's advancement is too important compared to what ever happens to
us. Respectfully, ak
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> >>Dallas, I think you are preaching to the choir on this point, and
> >>appreciate your idealism. However, as one who has worked with
> >>different Theosophical Organizations over the last forty years, I
> >>observed that there is a great deal of difference between the
> ideals they
> >>preach and their practices.
> >> To my mind, personal responsibility is the key here, as you
> >> suggest. This is why I'm interested in learning about different
> >> Theosophist's views concerning what they believe their
> >> are. Im frankly not interested in being told what "theosophy
> >> teaches." I have all of the books, and like you, have read them
> >> and over and discussed them alone and in study groups for years.
> >> primarily interested is in the many different ways that people
> have come
> >> to understand these teachings and how they apply them.
> >>Ramadoss recently quoted Radha as saying that "we have as a TS
> such a low
> >>level because we have not better members." In light of your point
> >>personal responsibilities and individual karma, she is right.
> It was someone else who made the quote.
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