Re: Theos-World Re: Pedro on Alice Bailey & a Question for Pedro on Leadbeater_ Pedro
Nov 27, 2004 05:10 PM
Pedro I agree totally with you, many donīt write a single opinion withoutthe great morass of quotes.
Is it fear of expressing some distortions in our views?
Fear to show that even knowing so much knowledge from books we are still spiritually?
All this intellectuality supersedes the emptiness of our spiritual development?
Is it safer way to quote than to express the understanding or the imperfection of it?
Who or what are we afraid of?
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Sent: Saturday, November 27, 2004 5:00 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Pedro on Alice Bailey & a Question for Pedro on Leadbeater
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Daniel H. Caldwell"
> So I ask you again:
> Do you think many of Leadbeaters teachings
> and claims contradict important principles of
> Theosophy as presented by HPB and her Teachers?
In my post I said:
"Is it possible to discuss theosophical subjects from
the point of view of our own understanding, without
necessarily invoking authoritative quotes?"
Do you have an opinion on the subject, which you can offer for
discussion or your posts will continue to be a festival of quotes?
Can we discuss the subject as students instead of as lawyers for a
particular point of view? Where is your personal viewpoint apart from
the morass of quotes?
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