Sunlight in a garden
Jan 16, 2003 06:00 PM
by James Davis
MNO> Hi Suzanne and all of you,
MNO> The truth is, I want a certain number of pro-Baileys to
MNO>understand, what Martin Luther King Jr. calls "The urgency of the
"A deep reflection upon the urgency of the times and a sympathetic
recognition of the unhappy plight of humanity are much needed by many
disciples and aspirants in the world today, particularly by those who
are not close to the world situation but who are looking at it from a
distance." A. A. Bailey
MNO>I am doing my best to convince you and others, that the teachings
MNO>of Bailey and what they contains, slowly but surely are getting
MNO>dangerous politically seen. Politically seen on an international
MNO>scale. The United Nations are involved. Dangerous to the cause,
MNO>which the theosophical tradition belongs to.
"Where the emphasis is laid upon service to one's fellowmen and the
trend of the life force is outward to the world, then there is freedom
from danger and the aspirant can safely meditate and aspire and work.
His motive is pure, and he is seeking to decentralize his personality
and shift the focus of his attention away from himself to the group.
Thus the life of the soul can pour through him, and express itself as
love to all beings. He knows himself to be a part of a whole and the
life of that whole can flow through him consciously, leading him to a
realization of brotherhood and of his oneness in relation to all
manifested lives." A. A. Bailey
MNO> If the pro-Baileys of today really wants peace on the earth, they
MNO> shouldn't support such a claim as the Hierarchy was behind
MNO> Hitlers bad actions ! And not to mention the great number og
MNO> pro-Baileys bias towards The Middle East (and about 1.000.000.000
MNO> people). How weird can one get.
"On the basis of these distinctions, it is surely apparent that God is
on the side of the allied nations, for it cannot be supposed that
Christ is on the side of Hitler and the rule of cruel aggression..."
A. A. Bailey
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