Re: Theos-World Reincarnation of Lord Buddha here isReal message from Nepal
Nov 30, 2005 05:59 PM
The words "holy men" came up on this list, which reminded me that
I 've been speculating for years about how I might want to define something
like that somewhat "more specifically." I seem to think that "holy" people
might generally be considered to be "wise," as well, but maybe there are
exceptions, in some senses/contexts, for all I know ...And what about "holy"
people who might seem real dumb to most people, or to some people, or to
some people in some sense, but might seem real "wise" to some other people
in some ways, maybe ... Which reminds me that I've been speculating for
years about how I might want to "more specifically" define "wise." The best
I seem to have come up with so far is "holy" and/or "wise" in terms that
might be seen to make some kind of sense in some kinds of contexts/senses,
per whatever exoterics or interpretive preferences But what about "holy"
and/or "wise" people in esoteric/y terms, as opposed to "more
mundane/mainstreamy exoterics," say, as when the word "spiritual" might be
added to a mix of "holy" and/or "wise" ...
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