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Re: To Anand: Reliable or Unreliable : Ideas & Words, ETC.

Nov 01, 2008 10:21 AM
by Anand

--- In, "danielhcaldwell"
<danielhcaldwell@...> wrote:
> Anand,
> Thank you for your recent posting at:
> Let me comment on some of your specific statements.
> You say:  
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> Blavatsky's this statement is admission that Mahatma Letters are not 
> entirely reliable.
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> But should we therefore assume Mahatma Letters are ENTIRELY 
> And if we say something is not "entirely reliable" or 
> even "unreliable", then how do we know this?  
> Talking in vague general terms doesn't really help us.  Specifics and 
> details are everything.

I think Mahatma Letters should not have been published. Publication is
doing more harm to the world than helping it. There had always been
some unwise individual in the TS and around it, who gave too much
importance to Mahatma Letters. As Mahatma Letters have somehow got
published, we can't stop it. Best thing we can do is not to promote
them. There are too many problems in Mahatma Letters.
 I don't blame Mahatmas for that. I don't think Mahatmas approve
publication of letters. It is lack of wisdom on the part of some
people that Mahatma Letters got published and letters are given lot of
emphasis by some individuals. 
I have studied subject of spirituality for many decades. I also have
Master's degree in management and Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. I
was among the top  scorers in mathematics and sciences. I am not
telling this to raise my image. The reason I am telling this is people
should know that I am not unintelligent. I use reason, logic as well
as intuition. I don't claim to be infallible, as nobody on the earth
can be infallible.
I use my judgment, wisdom and knowledge while recommending certain
teachings and rejecting certain writings. It is not just accuracy,
there are many factors which I consider before recommending or
rejecting certain teaching. Lot of wisdom and knowledge is required.
There is no quick formula that can tell which writing to be promoted
and which to reject.
Anand Gholap

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