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Re: Theos-World Standard of Truth?

Jan 14, 2003 09:04 AM
by Bill Meredith

Well said, Nick. While you certainly seem to have found a "real" path that
suits you, is it well to offer that others must dig where you dig?

Who gets to decide what the "right" digging location is for you? for me? for
others? And what if we dig 500 feet together and still find no water?

Another old spiritual saying: To climb out of the dark hole one must first
stop digging.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Weeks" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 11:30 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Standard of Truth?

> Bill:
> >Of course the first iron fetters that must be
> > respectfully burst are those that chain us exclusively to HPB and the
> > masters of her era. While this may appear as a conundrum it is the only
> > that one can "be a light unto oneself."
> Have you heard the old spiritual story about a thirsty man who knew there
> water just below the surface and started digging? After 2 feet he found
> nothing, so he dashed away to another spot and dug again -- and so it
> commenced. He dug over 500 feet but never found water and died. Why,
> he did not dig 500 feet in one spot, but kept digging dozens of shallow
> In meditation we are taught to focus on one thought, image, feeling etc.
> stay focused.
> Staying focused on one real path is far better than jumping to another
> One man's focus is another man's fetters; it depends on much energy we put
> forth in the right direction.
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to

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