Re: Can theos-talk look at the world?
Sep 27, 2004 06:50 AM
by Anand Gholap
Theosophy is altruism. If one is to understand Theosophy he must be
engaged in actively helping others in a way his capacities permit,
atleast something unselfishly for others. It depends on capacity of
the individual how much he can do outside Theosophy. Annie Besant's
capacities were so great that she not only handled outer
administration of TS, established word-wide TS organization, headed
ES, but also worked fot independence of India and there is a long
list of activities through which she tried to help vast number of
people. However it was only her genius could do. For us we can take
smaller work for others.
--- In email@example.com, MKR<ramadoss@g...> wrote:
> One can also look at the writings of HPB and Besant on various
> issues of the times. These issues go beyond politics and concern
> fellow beings, about whom all of us, theosophists are concerned
> days we rarely see well known theosophists express publicly
> current issues. May be they are too timid or working on higher
> At 12:34 PM 09/27/04 +0000, prmoliveira wrote:
> >--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Morten N. Olesen" <global-
> >theosophy@a...> wrote:
> > > Such debates are quite political, and perhaps they do belong at
> > > forum.
> > > Consider this sentence Eldon.
> >If your suggestion is adopted and judging by his views reproduced
> >below, Mahatma K.H. would probably be excluded from similar theos-
> >talk discussions. It concerns the failed attempt to start a paper
> >("Phoenix"), to be edited by Sinnett (ML 99, chronological). The
> >Mahatma's language seems to echo that of a expert business
> >and reveals great political acumen:
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