Re: Theos-World why have talk lists?
Apr 05, 2002 07:09 AM
I would have to disagree with you Mic. I think there is always a way to
express our differences without rasing anger and hostility.
It is Theosophy that teaches us that such hostility and anger derives from
the still animal monads within us. Therefore wouldn't it be a complete
contradiction of terms if we accept anger and hostility as a means of
discussion. Isn't that the exact thing that marks our growth as monads
moving towards the higher arch?
Are we dogs that bark before understanding or are we humans willing to
discuss our differences with compassion, love and willingness to listen and
understand each other in order to better our selves and move closer to the
next level, evolve and brake away from that animal instinct within us?
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