RE: Theos-World Who said this....
Oct 05, 2001 10:20 PM
Wise words. Both HPB's and Louis Farrakhan's.
There is action in inaction and inaction in action
How long til 'be with us day' ?
Notorious Ornithologist Spake
From: Peter Merriott [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, 5 October 2001 9:14 PM
Subject: RE: Theos-World Who said this....
>Theos-World Who said this....
> 'The wise of this world know that there is a law of cause and effect.'
> When referring to the WTC911 tragedy?
I don't know who said that, but here are some relevant passages
from HPB's Key to Theosophy which may be worth pondering.
"We describe Karma as that Law of re-adjustment which ever
tends to restore disturbed equilibrium in the physical, and
broken harmony in the moral world. We say that Karma does not
act in this or that particular way always; but that it always
does act so as to restore Harmony and preserve the balance of
equilibrium, in virtue of which the Universe exists."
"THEOSOPHIST. We call them Karmic laws; but you will not
understand the full meaning of the term unless you study
Occultism. . . . . in true philosophy every physical action
has its moral and everlasting effect. Hurt a man by doing him
bodily harm; you may think that his pain and suffering cannot
spread by any means to his neighbors, least of all to men of
other nations. We affirm that it will, in good time. Therefore,
we say, that unless every man is brought to understand and
accept as an axiomatic truth that by wronging one man we wrong
not only ourselves but the whole of humanity in the long run,
no brotherly feelings such as preached by all the great
Reformers, pre-eminently by Buddha and Jesus, are possible on
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