Radha Burnier's Health: Testimony of a Neurologist
May 14, 2008 04:35 AM
Well said Anton.
Dr. Dusan Zagar's letter along with all the other factual information we
know of, including the very recent eyewitness account of Anand Gholap,
should put to rest any speculation about Radha Burnier's health and her
fitness to be reelected.
How I wish, the National Secretaries and others who tried to paint Radha
Burnier to be in poor health with a view to influence membership to elect
John Algeo, honestly and openly retract their stand, which they have not
done so far..
TS leaders have a heavy duty to stand for a very high level of ethics and
demonstrate to the world they do so. TS and Theosophy cannot be effectively
broadcast to the world when there is a cloud over the level of ethics at
which we operate.
On 5/14/08, Anton Rozman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks for bringing forward Dr. Zagar's well sustained assessment of
> President's health condition - its pity that it comes so late.
> >I am very surprised about some disinformations of Radha's health
> which some members of TS are circulating on internet. It is against
> all ethical rules.
> I hope all this unbrotherly actions on internet will come to an end.
> Everyone of us should listen to our own heart and not come to a
> decision under the influence of anybody.<
> I admit that public discussion on and uncovering of one's health
> condition is ethically dubious but I think that in the current
> situation there existed conflict of duties for there was present
> still more unethical circulation of various letters and estimations
> of the President's health condition out of partial interests.
> Therefore publication of related documents threw light on the whole
> process and actually gave to the members opportunity to come to a
> more independent insight. More over, this experience can lead to the
> establishment of higher ethical standards regarding the election
> process and overall functioning of the TS in the future.
> --- In email@example.com <theos-talk%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@...>
> > (Dr Du?an ?agar has given me permission to post his message below.
> > "Dear friends,
> > I am very surprised about some desinformations of Radha's health
> > which some members of TS are circulating on internet. It is against
> > all ethical rules.
> > As I was at Adyar last December and during the Convention I would
> > like to say something about Radha's health at that time.
> > Radha showed me as medical doctor (both a neurologist and
> > psychiatrist) the results of her last medical examinations: the
> > arterial blood pressure, electrocardiogram, rtg examinations,
> > laboratory tests ( hematologic, sedimentation rate, biochemical
> > analysis), ultrasound examinations of abdomen and some other
> > examinations. All results were normal.
> > In that time I was often with her and I can say that her thoughts
> > were clear. Her speech was coherent, her memory was good and she
> > fluently spoke with me about her childhood, Krishnamurti, Sri Ram,
> > Theosophical Society, about current things in Adyar and TS. I
> > her great sense of responsibility for the future of the TS.
> > It was evident that her health was much better in comparison with
> > year before at the Convention time when she was very weak.
> > Sometimes people recover totaly after stroke if it is mild. I think
> > in Radha's case the stroke was such.
> > Her physical condition was also good inspite of her years. I walked
> > with her about 1 km and I must confess that I hardly went so fast
> > inspite of my not so bad condition. Such walk can never be
> > caracteristic of people who did not get over serious stroke.
> > I hope all this unbrotherly actions on internet will come to an
> > Everyone of us should listen to our own heart and not come to a
> > decision under the influence of anybody.
> > Yours fraternaly
> > Du?an ?agar
> > Organizing Secretary, TS in Slovenia"
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