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R. Burnier & C.Aveline

Jul 26, 2006 11:59 AM
by carlosaveline


Daniel writes: 

 I find it quite fascinating to COMPARE the statements
> and the reasoning behind the statements in the
> following two excerpts from Radha Burnier and
> Carlos Aveline.
> First Radha Burnier's statement as recently given
> on this forum. She is writing about the Judge case
> and the conflicts that occurred principally between
> William Judge and Annie Besant. 
> Ms. Burnier wrote to Carlos Aveline:
> ===================================================
> I do not see the point of reopening the Judge case and 
> using one's time and energy on events long past. Except for 
> a few people like you, nobody is preoccupied with past
> affairs, because they are more focused with the work to 
> be done now.
> ====================================================
> Now compare Burnier's statement with what Carlos Aveline
> wrote just today about the conflicts occurring between
> Mr. Crosbie and Mrs. Tingley:
> =====================================================
> In the long run, now we have many other things more 
> important than considering in a personalistic and gossipy 
> way the older-days difficulties between Pasadena TS and the 
> United Lodge of Theosophists.
> =====================================================
> Notice that in both cases the case is made for things
> MORE important NOW as opposed to "older-days difficulties"
> and "events long past".

So far, Daniel and his quotations. 

To that, I say: 

The resquest of Justice to Judge is precisely in order to clarify past events within their historical context and to erase the roots of slander and gossip against William Judge.

R. Burnier wrote against re-examining past events. I am for re-examining past events, in order to uproot the slanders and gossips against two founders, HPB and W. Judge.

Now, I have an important thing in common with Ms. Radha: both of disapprove slanders and slanderers.

The difference being that I actively try to defend Those from whom I learned and still learn  Divine Wisdom.

Best regards,  Carlos Cardoso Aveline.  


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