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Re: Theos-World Re: Fundamentalism, religion and reason

Aug 03, 2006 11:47 PM
by leonmaurer

In a message dated 8/4/06 2:06:12 AM, writes:

(snip Mahatma letter 18)

> If those who know never lose hope about the future of the world,
> should we?
> Pedro
Absolutely not.   But, I doubt that the rest of the bulk of present mankind 
can change their ways quickly enough to join together and stop the forces that 
are leading to the ultimate crash of this civilization...   Even though many 
will survive, and perhaps see the errors that led to that collapse, that might 
enable them to initiate the motivational changes necessary to fulfill the work 
of the Mahatmas.   Even now as science progresses closer and closer to 
understanding the unity of all of nature, that work is silently being aided.   Soon, 
the world will see, through the science they believe in, the ultimate proof 
of the Gupta Vidya, as HPB predicted, that will ensure their change of motive 
and cooperation in creating a more altruistic and better future world.   The 
turmoil that we now experience is inevitable during this transitional period 
between one waning subrace still linked to self centered Kama, and another 
awakening at a higher selfless level of intuitive wisdom.

Best wishes and still hopeful for the future,


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