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Re: TS Election: Timeline

May 11, 2008 08:46 AM
by Anand

I have criticized philosophy of Krishnamurti which he publicly taught.
Radha is suggesting that his philosophy is good because his personal
life was pure and good. This if wrong logic. 
Anand Gholap
--- In, "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@...> wrote:
> --- In, "Anand" <AnandGholap@> wrote:
> >
> > 
> > > But where is the reporting on John Algeo's health, or that of his
> > wife, another very key figure, even though ignored by all? Where is
> > the full and complete reporting of everyone's health?
> > > 
> > > Marie
> > That is the problem in TS. Information is not being given to members
> > and others. Many officers in TS can't check their e-mails and they
> > don't. Expecting more things from them is too much. Today TS is 
> like a
> > socialist government. When Masters founded TS, they expected that TS
> > would be the leader, pioneer in the world. Today TS lags behind the
> > world by thirty years or so. It is because Krishnamurtian philosophy
> > which entered TS has completely ruined and altered the nature of TS.
> > TS is no more walking the path shown by founders, Masters, Besant 
> and
> > Leadbeater. 
> Below are two statements, the first by HPB and the second by Radha 
> Burnier. Both statements seem to suggest that students of Theosophy 
> are encouraged to think for themselves: 
> "Be what he may, once that a student abandons the old and trodden 
> highway of routine, and enters upon the solitary path of independent 
> thought Godward - he is a Theosophist; an original thinker, a seeker 
> after the eternal truth with "an inspiration of his own" to solve the 
> universal problems." (Source: The Theosophist, October 1879)
> (
> "Some members of the TS were upset by Krishnaji's remarks about the 
> Masters. What is the Master? Is he just the image anyone has in the 
> mind? Sometimes the question was asked of Krishnaji, `Are you a 
> freak?' and he said, `No.' According to him the possibility of 
> freedom exists for everybody. Then, who is the free man? What is a 
> free man? The Master in the real sense is one who has found inward 
> freedom, and is master of his own life. Krishnaji did not allow 
> conventional thought, accepted ideas and patterns to remain 
> unchallenged on this or any other question. How much good he did by 
> posing challenges on a variety of questions! Because challenges were 
> part of his approach, one could not help feeling tremendously 
> enriched as a result of contact with him." 
> (Source: The Theosophist, February 1994)
> (
> Pedro

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