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Re: Theos-World Can we see democracy as a Mass Psychosis.

Jan 22, 2009 02:35 PM
by Cass Silva

I can't recall the name of a movie which showed Nick Nolte and a friend being robbed in an Alley. They were accosted by three men who wanted their wallets - the younger friend wanted to fight them, Nick's character said give them your wallet - then said, wouldn't you like this watch - its a nice watch - the accosters agreed - then he said wouldn't you like my friend's leather jacket - its a cold night - the accosters agreed - went on until they were in their stocking feet - with the younger one agitated - why did you suggest this when you could have fought them and won (Nick Nolte was a kung fu master) - The character said, I can replace all those things - what I gave to them can never be replaced.

--- On Fri, 23/1/09, Brown Rose <> wrote:

From: Brown Rose <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Can we see democracy as a Mass Psychosis.
Received: Friday, 23 January, 2009, 12:37 AM

--- On Wed, 1/21/09, Morten Nymann Olesen <global-theosophy@ stofanet. dk> wrote:
<<"Abolish the Courts themselves, for if you would follow the Commandments of Christ, you have to give away your coat to him who deprives you of your cloak, and turn your left cheek to the bully who smites you on the right.">>
***I confess that this statement may be accurate, and a truth too hard too face, not just by some, but by All of us mortals. From truths like these we hide and create environments were that Light is dimmer, so that we wonÂt have to face our weaknessess. Under the LightÂs intensity, things are exposed and revealedÂfor whatÂthey reallyÂare.
And WeÂre on our way to face Truth. We just have to learn how to deal with one at a time, before we can face the Whole Picture. It takes time.

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