Re: Theos-World Rules and Principles 1
May 17, 2008 02:04 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen
My views are:
A few views, just to say something instead of nothing...
Yes Brottherhood is a good idea.
Yet it seems to me, that a number of leading persons are hit by the arch-enemy of various theosophists called - mistrust or perhaps fear of dupas or similar persons within the TS groups.
TS Adyar looks more and more like a group without leadership, a raft believed being a boat.
Or is it just me?
In the old days HPB would have responded in Lucifer or the Theosophist putting it all where it belongs.
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So if I should respond or at least seek to respond like a HPB, I would say:
Stop talking irrelevantly about less important issues.
Meditate properly and wisely - and reach your own conclusion. Do not waste hours on emailing about this issue.
Remember: A tree is always known on its fruits.
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Without the previous leaders in the TS. TS would not have been what it is today. And that is at least something worthwhile considering. It could have been much worse, could it not?
All leaders in TS have their troubles, one of them being members of TS and their distrust in any leaders - also called crutches.
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Listen. The Masters and HPB will guide you all so you reach a leadership, which will teach you the lessons you are in need of. And not necessarily what you want yourselves. Try to Rethink this view.
Just to let you know:
I was given a short telepathically imprint of HPB and Master Morya two days ago - by HPB. There are around for sure. Well if it is not Maya at play again. :-)
I do hope these words was of help to you.
----- Original Message -----
From: Anton Rozman
Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2008 9:53 AM
Subject: Theos-World Rules and Principles 1
"Let us accept no creed, no practice, no institution which does not
answer the test of brotherhood."*
But if we want to respect this proposal, we find ourselves in front of
a difficult task, as we have to ask ourselves: are there any objective
measures at all which can help us to verify if the creed, practice or
functioning of a definite institution is fraternal.
Can we therefore find some objective measures to verify if the
functioning of an institution is in fact fraternal? Maybe some will
think that such task is not necessary and useful, but here is another
"Each must lead himself, which implies intelligence, a clear purpose, a
vision of his own, a willingness to determine his steps for himself,
the acceptance of one's responsibility and the faculty of pure,
individual and uninfluenced judgment."*
* Nantiloka Shri Ram, Thoughts for Aspirants.
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