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Re: Can theos-talk look at the world?

Sep 26, 2004 05:08 AM
by prmoliveira

--- In, "Morten N. Olesen" <global-
theosophy@a...> wrote:

> Pateince and lack of patience it is your choice.
> Work. Do your best. God - ParaBrahman is wise, you are not - even 
if you
> keep insisting on being it. Duty is God. Duty is ParaBrahman.
> It is your duty to be happy.
> Though if you are in need to pretend not being happy, then that is 
> important.
> Those who walks with God - ParaBrahman are always happy.

I was just trying to picture in my mind's eye how the Darfur women, 
who have been displaced from their homes, seen their husbands, 
fathers and sons killed, and been repeatedly raped by the Janjaweed 
militia for months, would receive your above discourse? 

Would they feel that 'Parabrahman' has abandoned them? 


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