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RE: Theos-World Karma Paradox

Oct 09, 2001 05:27 AM
by dalval14

It is not selfish it, it is truly altruistic, generous, universal
and impersonal.

If we consider that we each contain and are in essence a "Ray" of
the one UNIVERSAL SPIRIT/SELF, then why does IT abase itself to

I s that not an act of generous self-sacrifice for the sake of
educating the Monads of lesser experience that form our various
"principles" and "bodies?" See SECRET DOCTRINE I 157
Also study the KEY TO THEOSOPHY (HPB) if one wishes to learn
what theosophy actually reaches.

Desultory questions help no one because the WHOLE PHILOSOPHY has
to be grasped.

What makes MATTER and FORMS work? Why is there LAW. Where is
it, and how does it work? Why are we here? Who are we ? Where
are we going? Theosophy answers all these. go to the KEY TO

Best wishes,



-----Original Message-----
From: Mic Forster []
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 8:31 PM
Subject: Theos-World Karma Paradox

Theosophy teaches that we must be truly altruistic and
unselfish so that we may prevent bad karma for
ourselves. But is this not, in itself, being selfish?

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