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Re: Theos-World Hi there, I'm new.

Jan 15, 2007 05:43 PM
by M K Ramadoss

Totally I agree. An open mind is very critical; otherwise we may miss
something very important and useful in our lives.


On 1/15/07, Vince <> wrote:
>   --- In <>, "M K
> Ramadoss" <mkr777@...> wrote:
> >
> > Glad to hear from you.
> >
> > I have been around members and non-members of TS for quite some
> time. Like
> > everywhere else, you will find many with very fixed crystallized
> ideas and
> > beliefs and superstitions and prejudices (some very very subtle);
> after all
> > it is their life and they have a right to believe what they want
> to; so long
> > as they do not try to convert others to their way of thinking and
> belief.
> > After all it is our life that is important and over the years all
> of us
> > change;
> >
> > ramadoss
> >
> I will often share my beliefs and the basis thereof, but it is not
> for the purpose of persuading or dissuading anyone from their own
> perspectives. I'm largely unaffected whether or not people may
> choose to agree or disagree with me. Or remain neutral for that
> matter. We've each had different life experiences that have formed
> our beliefs, which serve for many opportunities for us to learn from
> each other. We can find a teacher in virtually everyone if we look
> deep enough, because any individual has invariably had some life
> experience somewhere that we have not. My brother knows something
> that I don't, and I know something that he doesn't. Therefore we
> can all stand to learn something from each other, whether it be our
> selected lesson of choice or not.
> Vince

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