RE: Theos-World Does it really matter?
Feb 22, 2002 06:18 AM
Dallas: I agree with you. Dead letter reading of the writings may be ok for
academicians and academic researchers. The real benefit can be obtained
only when one's life is changed as a result of the application of great
concepts. I recall that one of the long term objectives of the modern
theosophical movement is to change human beings for the better. That is
also what Krishnamurti talked about for 60 years.
At 05:33 AM 2/22/02 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
The three most important books we have for consultation, are in
my opinion: The SECRET DOCTRINE, the MAHATMA LETTERS and the
VOICE OF THE SILENCE -- it will take some years of perseverance
to acquire a facility with those. But application to personal
life is of great importance. There are great moral implications
in the concepts of Universal Unity, Universal causation, Human
brotherhood, Karma and Reincarnation. An understanding of the
implications of those will change one's outlook and way of life.
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