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Re: "The Old Woman is accused of untruthfulness . . . . "

Jan 26, 2003 11:52 PM
by Bhakti Ananda Goswami " <>

Reality anyone ?

"Master M. wrote about HPB:"

Or, was it HPB writing as M. writing about HPB ? 

--- In, "D. H. Caldwell <info@b...>" 
<info@b...> wrote:
> > 
> "The Old Woman is accused of untruthfulness, inaccuracy in her 
> statements. 'Ask no questions and you will receive no lies.' She is 
> forbidden to say what she knows. You may cut her to pieces and she 
> will not tell. Nay -- she is ordered in cases of need to mislead 
> people; and, were she more of a natural born liar -- she might be 
> happier and won her day long since by this time. But that's just 
> where the shoe pinches, Sahib. She is too truthful, too outspoken, 
> too incapable of dissimulation: and now she is being daily 
> for it."
> Quoted from:

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