Re: Theos-World Which Theosophy?
May 04, 2007 04:42 AM
by M K Ramadoss
Thanks for your kind words too.
Many have been introduced to theosophy by the writings of Besant and
Leadbeater. I too have read quite a few of their books.
At some point we have to realize that we need to go beyond what anyone has
written. Once we do that, we can have an open mind, try to start seeing
things as they are (one of the most difficult thing to do) and inquire for
ourselves and have a better understanding of real life. Life is too short
and let us make the best use of it and be helpful to our fellow beings in
any way we can.
On 5/3/07, Cass Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks for your kind words and insights. I agree we shouldn't accept
> blindly what anyone says, my motto, is a "definite maybe", until I prove it
> for myself. In the meantime, HPB is the best there is too offer, imo.
> ps Perhaps it is time to put the "dilemma" to bed, as you say, it causes
> negative energy for theosophy at best, wasted energy at worst.
> Even though Leadbeaterism and Besantism et all is not pure theosophy, I
> imagine it has helped souls by putting them in the right direction,
> especially Christians.
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