RE: Theos-World Hi TLO and PR...
Mar 24, 2002 06:43 AM
At 06:20 AM 3/24/02 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
This is a very difficult thing to do. Most, find it easy to follow orders
(sometimes blindly). Once we start doing our own work, we may feel "alone"
"So to put it another way, a personage like Krishnaji will always
tell us to do our own work and not to rely on others no matter
how highly we esteem them, those teachings are to make us do the
work we all have to do on our own characters and natures sooner
than most. Our attention is awakened, and our will is energized
to some extent."
One of the reasons that Theosophy has not had mass appeal, in my opinion,
is that it does not offer an easy solution or solve one's immediate problems.
Of course, a person who is really independent may be viewed either as a nut
or viewed with hostility. That is a price, I think, one does pay.
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