Apr 03, 2002 09:57 AM
--- In theos-talk@y..., "Bill Meredith" <bilmer@s...> wrote:
> Has anyone ever been banned from theos-l? I've only been on it a
> years, but their doesn't seem to be a moderator (list owner) who
> decisions about what's "best for the list."
> I hope that one might, in calculating what is "best for the list,"
> some weight to what is best for Brigitte.
OK, let's, in a wider, theosophical point of view. What somebody
wants is not necessarily what's best for that person. For example, if
somebody is an alcoholic, is giving them liquor what is best for them?
If somebody is addicted to making others upset or angry, for the sole
purpose of making them upset or angry, is it in their best
interests to them a forum? If there is a discussion, and there is a
person dedicated to driving everybody out until they are the only ones
left, is it in their best interests to allow them to do so?
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