Re: Theos-World Historical correctness
Feb 08, 2002 07:08 AM
by Bill Meredith
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2002 5:46 AM
Subject: RE: Theos-World Historical correctness
> Friday, February 08, 2002
> Dear Friends:
> May I take advantage of this and say:
> I do not think that a reviews of personal upbringing in education
> or religion has too much bearing on our present mental powers,
> or our taste, inclinations or the condition of our Lower Manas
> and Kamic proclivities. In any case that is personal to us and
> us alone.
You don't have to participate in this exercise Dallas. Why then if you are
choosing not to participate do you send this post? If our personal
upbringing is personal to us and us alone, might we be allowed to share it
with others without an implication that we are wasting time?
> It is true that our personal past in this life has a great deal
> of influence.
I do not understand. Our personal past in this life has a great deal of
influence yet just above you say it has little bearing on our present mental
powers, our tastes, or inclinations or the condition of our Lower Manas and
Kamic proclivities. If we should not talk about and share the length and
breadth of who we are, how will we recognized and escape from our current
dogmatic, ritualistic credos, beliefs and faiths?
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