Re: theos-talk why?
Apr 07, 2012 03:24 PM
Facts speak for themselves.
Decades ago, when I was in Bangalore, we routinely had all our programs
announced in local newspapers and they were public and free.
Also when well known theosophists such as Rukmini Devi was in town, they
delivered lectures and they were open to public and were well advertised
One year, we had a Moslem theosophist from Tamil Nadu was visiting
Bangalore and we had arranged for a public lecture on Ramayana at the
Malleswaram lodge. Lo and behold, a Moslem talking about Ramayana piqued
the interests of local public and we had huge audience.
Someone need to pay attention. HPB and HSO would surely turning in their
graves and shedding tears to see the pitiful state of the society they
worked so hard to build.
On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 12:51 PM, vimal <vimal_b@-XIEM9Sa2YgTdi0mwXXqbmOj9FfVt0P1HLFQ3hGvHCkKdLcPAQXCBfUYDKBBWXmWaUUFBjn8PW2d3A.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Why do Theosophists only lecture among themselves?
> At least here in chennai, I neither see any lecture arranged in non Ts
> circles with explicit discourses on Theosophy nor are lectures in the adyar
> campus advertised or even announced in the local dailies.
> Local dailies carry plenty of free ads for other religious/philosophical
> lectures ..Theosophy -zilch.
> Also why are no records maintained of new members? Lectures or resource
> lists provided for new entrants? How many new members join annually?
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