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Another question for Anand: But WHO decides?

May 11, 2009 03:29 PM
by danielhcaldwell

Anand, you write:

That means TS can not say "We have given freedom of thought to all members, if humanity is hurt by members' ideas, we are not responsible". TS is responsible for ideas it spreads in humanity. It does not matter much whether these ideas are chosen democratically or autocratically. What matters most is whether ideas going out of TS are useful to humanity or not.

But WHO in the TS is to decide which ideas are "harmful" or "beneficial"?  What person is to decide for the TS what ideas are "useful" or NOT??

Should all of the TS members allow YOU to determine which "ideas" the TS should promote?

Or shall it be determined by majority vote???

Maybe the majority of TS members would vote for promoting Krishnamurti's teachings.  :)

Or maybe the International President should be the ultimate decider?


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