Re: TS President Radha Burnier's Health -- Doctors' Certificates
May 10, 2008 12:16 PM
Secrecy many times creates problems and generally best way to resolve
conflicts is being transparent, be open, and to reveal facts.
For example in India there is lot of negative opinion about
Christianity in the minds of Hindu people. It is because most of them
don't know what Jesus teaches. If they really know and compare Jesus'
teaching, they will say it is great teaching, very similar to Gita.
That is why if you are doing right things, be open and transparent.
If you are not doing right things, then transparency can bring troubles.
--- In email@example.com, "Konstantin Zaitzev"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@>
> A> they should put online constitution and all other
> P> Below is the URL to Katinka Hesselink website which contains both
> P> the Memorandum of Association, when the TS was incorporated in
> P> Madras on 3rd April 1905, plus the International Rules. I am not
> P> sure if this is the updated version of the Rules:
> > http://www.katinkahesselink.net/his/rules.htm
> Yes, it seems to be the Rules of 1997.
> But this is a private site. The question was why there's no rules on
> the official site.
> To have the Rules online would be also good for the sake of publicity,
> to refute accusations from the side of christians that TS is a sect
> and to prove that it is a secular organization governed
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