Re: Understanding Krishnamurti
Jul 14, 2008 01:12 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anand" <AnandGholap@...> wrote:
> Krishnamurti's teaching is he is wrong at fundamental level.
> On these most important points he was wrong.
I would like to shift an emphasis.
We do not know the ultimate truth, besides, we have the freedom of
opinion in the Theosophical Society.
But, as William has said,
>> He taught that you do not need organizations,
The Theosophical Society is an organization, and just because of that
it shouldn't promote the cult of Krishnamurti and his teaching, as it
goes directly against the aims and purposes of the Theosophical
Society as an organization.
His teaching, if believed in, can make the Society work ineffeciently,
and apparently it makes.
Exactly as we cannot promote nazism, as it goes against the First
object of the Society, we cannot promote krishmamurtism, as it goes
agaist the Theosophical Society as a whole.
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