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Re: Theos-World Re: Whale slaughter...please enter "blog" comment.

Feb 09, 2008 11:51 AM
by Martin

Check out the letter of the Maha Chohan, its all laid
out there...
On war you can go short: don't support people who kill
or who want to kill. 
No harmonic/loving mind would want to kill, the other
minds should be locked up.
Thou shall not kill, not even the air you breathe:
when breathing out you could think I am nature owned,
when I breathe I give life and renew what is
Even the worst enemies of humanity shouldn't be
killed, since nature ( who is the one who actually
decides when some1 or something has to die)has a
special treatment for just track the
enemies down and expose them, thats all.

--- MKR <> wrote:

> While we speak of the cruelty to animals, we should
> also keep in mind the
> maiming, death and destruction casued in wars and
> sacrificing of healthy
> young men and women for the sake of "world peace",
> "national security",
> "democrary", "freedom", "emancipation of women" etc.
>  Also when we look at
> people (even theosophists)  who organize
> treatments/therapies for those
> coming back from war with mental problems, these are
> the same people who say
> not a word about the war itself which is the root
> cause of all these
> suffering. This reminds me of the comments of Ted
> Turner, the guy who
> started CNN said before the war -- it is the dumbest
> thing to do and he
> repeated it even recently.
> mkr
> On 2/9/08, adelasie <> wrote:
> >
> >   Interesting comparison, Cass,
> >
> > barbaric as a savage eating the heart of a
> lion to transfer its
> > strength to the eater.
> >
> > The "savages" might have known more than we do
> about the unity of all
> > life. To pray to the animal to come so that the
> people might be fed,
> > or the courage might be shared, to use all the
> parts of the animal
> > for goods that would be made by hand, the only
> source of such goods,
> > to express gratitude to the animal for its
> sacrifice, to face the
> > animal on foot with hand made weapons, this
> presents quite a
> > different scenario. Now we use technology to
> create weapons that no
> > animal could survive. Do we use all the parts of
> the animal and waste
> > nothing? Do we express our gratitude to another
> life form for its
> > sacrifice that we may live? Do we kill an animal
> so that our tribe
> > can survive? Or are we motivated by profit above
> all?
> >
> > It seems reasonable to realize that the Japanese
> are not the only
> > nation engaged in some such activity. Maybe we are
> the "savages."
> >
> > Adelasie
> > 
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
> removed]

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