Re: Theos-World Re: Tibet, Burma, Darfur and the limits of activism
May 17, 2008 06:50 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen
My views are:
K. Zaitzev wrote:
"It was her grave error. "
So it was wrong to battle against the French-papal forces and a Pope who officially later turned himself into a God by in 1870 creating the doctrine of Ex Cathedra - and infallibility?
Your views are how ever noted.
----- Original Message -----
From: Konstantin Zaitzev
Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2008 2:43 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Tibet, Burma, Darfur and the limits of activism
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@...>
> Does Theosophy, both as a teaching and a world view, hold the
> legitimacy of altruistic action, or ANY genuine altruistic
> initiative carries with it the influence of Theosophy as a wisdom
> this 'enlightened pragmatism'. The Chinese government declared
> recently that the Dalai Lama had instigated the recent riots in
> Chinese-occupied Tibet.
We should be glad that they don't attribute to him the recent
Theosophical Society as a body cannot interfere into politics, while
individual members can. But even if all members will join the
campaign, they will be but a drop in the sea of existing campaigners
for Tibet and Burma.
Yet there is another way to help - to spread theosophy among the
Chinese. Now many of them are permitted to travel abroad where they
are out of ideological control.
Another way is to consult with Samdhong Rinpoche who is F.T.S. an
Tibetan prime-minister in exile; probably he knows better what to do.
> I suspect that when HPB took a bullet in the battle of Mentana, when
> she joined the Garibaldi forces, she was not necessarily meditating.
It was her grave error. She was of little use in the battle but due to
this bullet she became unable to perform greater work and died when
her work still wasn't finished.
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