Re: Cheers ! Theosophical Society succeeded in attaining it's object
Jul 21, 2008 11:04 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, mkr777@... wrote:
> If any of his writings or speeches have helped anyone, then for that
> *person*, it is immaterial whether he failed or not.
But did his writings really help anyone?
> Considering the bookshelves of major book sellers are well stocked
> with his works seems to indicate many are reading them.
The detective stories and love novels for women are also sold better
than theosophy, but it doesn't mean that they help much. So called
"pop-esotericism" like Castaneda, Osho, etc, is always sold well. I
think that Krishamurti is a literature exactly of that kind. He says
that people want to hear, and that's the secret of his popularity.
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