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Re: Why Does Paul Unsubscribe?

Mar 13, 2006 12:10 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


Thanks (see below).

I try not to be merciless with people.

But I believe in an open and frank debate.

One of the lessons we have to learn-and-teach to each other in the theosophical movement is that
we are NOT our ideas. It is a lesson of detachment, or vairagya. This is a quality of fundamental importance for truth-seekers.

People who think they are their ideas will get "personally offended " whenever their ideas are
questioned, or when they are shown to be false.

Now, is this "scholarly"?

Best regards, Carlos.

From: Vladimir <>
To: carlosaveline cardoso aveline <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Why Does Paul Unsubscribe?
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 22:34:02 +0300

Monday, March 13, 2006, 9:39:16 PM, carlosaveline wrote:

> Once  confronted  with  his  own  words,  and  with  the  completely
> groundless  condition  of  his  "veiled"  accusations  against  HPB,
> instead  of  facing  the  facts,  Paul  Johnson  tries  to adopt the
> position  of  a  poor  defenceless  victim -- and gets away from the
> debate.

Oh,  c'mon,  have  mercy  on your brother, lest he deserts you forever
leaving  us  wandering  about  in  woe  and  despair  longing  for his
enlightening and mind-widening maybes and whatifs.

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