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Oct 30, 2011 01:34 PM
by MKR

Time for action is now and good ideas need to be acted without delay. If we
are concerned with helping our fellow brothers and sisters, waiting till we
all become perfect does make no sense to anyone.

On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 10:55 AM, M. Michael Crown

> **
> H. P. Blavatsky wrote about the Theosophical Society:
> "ENQUIRER. Do you take any part in politics?
> THEOSOPHIST. As a Society, we carefully avoid them, for the reasons
> given below. To seek to achieve political reforms before we have
> effected a reform in human nature, is like putting new wine into old
> bottles. Make men feel and recognise in their innermost hearts what is
> their real, true duty to all men, and every old abuse of power, every
> iniquitous law in the national policy, based on human, social or
> political selfishness, will disappear of itself. Foolish is the gardener
> who seeks to weed his flower-bed of poisonous plants by cutting them
> off from the surface of the soil, instead of tearing them out by the
> roots. No lasting political reform can be ever achieved with the same
> selfish men at the head of affairs as of old. "
> ("The Key to Theosophy", 2ed., 1890 - p. 231)
> http://www.phx- ult-lodge. org/aKEY. htm
> So let us not be foolish. Do you not agree?
> ***   I do not agree in the slightest.   This is absurd.  To wait until
> all men are perfect before we stand for our rights and a just society is a
> pathetic philosophy and utterly impractical on the face of it.
> The utterly corrupt people at head of banking and many mega-corporations
> will most likely never change.
> To sit still while they rape the earth and the minds of the young and
> enslave the world in perpetual fraudulent debt is amoral in the extreme.
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