A missed point...Global Perspective
Feb 10, 2002 07:10 AM
by Morten Sufilight
Hi Brigitte and all of you,
Brigitte I have obviously missed a point.
1. Brigitte wrote:
"Brigitte: It seems to me there is a lot of subconscious fear there
among Theosophists that their fantasy's will be destroyd.
But that comes from an immature attitude, then change brings new
horizons and potential for more positive experiences and expanded
consciousness, but fear makes them holds back, fear that they might
loose something, but all they loose is some illusions, "reality"
cannot be lost because that is what is "there"."
2. So I ask you politely and friendly:
What do you really want with us at theos-talk??
What do you really want with - all those whishes - going in the direction of, that Theosophists should LOSE something or get their "reality" DESTROYED, so that they can see your "reality" ??
What is your "reality" anyway ??
What do you want to replace theosophy and Theosophy with ??
Why not renew the more physical teachings of wisdom of all ages using -Wisdom and NOT ignorance and prejudice, plus LOVE and NOT cold mentality etc. ??
I just don't get it ! Can you help me out here.
3. I give Martin Luther King Jr. his say:
"Now let me suggest first that if we are to have peace on earth, our loyalties must become ecumenical rather that sectional. Our loyalties must transcend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation; and this means we must develop a world perspective. No individual can live alone; no nation can live alone, and as long as we try, the more we are going to have war in this world. Now the judgement of God is upon us, and we must either learn to live together as brothers or we are all going to perish together as fools."
Excerpted from "A Christmas Sermon on Peace", delivered on 24 December 1967 at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga. "
(I know a Christian probably read the above different than a Theosophist would.)
Sufilight with LOVE...
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