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Re: Theos-World Why the CWL pedophilia issue keeps being raised

Jul 24, 2008 00:39 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Dear Marie

You may use Paul's answer as it came from me.
I agree a whole lot with him.

But please have in mind, that others have asked me questions in the latest threads about C. W. Leadbeater sexual activities. It happened, when I started a thread 19-07-2008 about how the stance at TS and other theosophical groups are today on sexuality in general. I sought deliberately to avoid C. W. Leadbeater's involvement in that thread. I have still not received a reply to the questions. 

I admit, that I mentioned C. W. Leadbeater in an e-mail 21-07-2008 in an answer to Anand about that the J. Krishnamurti project was a big failure I said something like, that C. W. Leadbeater was the - true - creator behind the failure due to his careless sexual teachings.
I was simply seeking the Truth. Is it wrong to seek out the Truth?

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: kpauljohnson 
  Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2008 2:07 AM
  Subject: Theos-World Why the CWL pedophilia issue keeps being raised

  --- In, MarieMAJ41@... wrote:
  > My first impression when a so-called Leadbeater paedophilia case is 
  brought up, I ask myself why? Why bring this up. 

  Dear Marie,

  As phrased, your question seems to place the burden on the person who 
  discusses the problem rather than on the organization that created 
  and sustains it through dishonesty. Upon reading it, I thought that 
  google might help me explain it in terms that do not depend on 
  explaining the person who brings up the CWL pedophilia issue, but 
  rather on the organization that does not want it raised. Here's what 
  I found first:

  Aversion is a form of bondage. We are tied to what we hate or fear. 
  That is why, in our lives, the same problem, the same danger or 
  difficulty, will present itself over and over again in various 
  prospects, as long as we continue to resist or run away from it 
  instead of examining it and solving it. 
  c. 200-150 BCE, Indian Philosopher, Writer 




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