Re: Theos-World RE: Where are the Masters?
Oct 01, 2001 09:04 PM
Did you take Dal's statement personally? And, is your statement an even more
emotional level argument (if his was so) to defend your own membership in a
In any case, why would Dal have to use an emotional level statement to
convince anyone of what the Masters, Buddha, Krishna, Christ, et al,
demonstrated or implied that they believed? Isn't that what theosophy
teaches fundamentally -- to detach oneself from the forms of this world -- be
"in the world and not of the world," so to speak?
So, why don't you discuss the truth of the statement or ask a question of you
disagree rather than pick on the author's means of saying it? That's not
very wise from a theosophical point of view. But, does that make you an
idiot? I'm sure we all know a lot of very intelligent but not so wise people.
Does that make them idiots?
In a message dated 09/30/01 10:18:08 PM, email@example.com writes:
>> The main point is that those who are truly WISE never attach themselves
>>or endorse any temporal ORGANIZATION.
> That is a statement trying to convince on an emotional level,
>equivalent to, say, "only an idiot would believe what you just said."
> Bart Lidofsky
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