[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next]

Re: Theos-World Same old story

May 21, 2009 09:01 AM
by Antonio/Tony None

I would like to add based on my observations that Martin makes some very valid points and is passionate about his views. Perhaps Martin it may benefit you to look at your approach and the way you deliver your thoughts. With passion, somtimes our thoughts are not articulated clearly but rushed and in turn the clarity of the message, which others read can not be fully appreciated in the context it was ment. My simple advice to you would be to A: Think before you write, speak or act. All actions have consequences. Depending on the style, delivery, tone and force of your point the reactions of others could be justifiabally matched and rather than having a constructive debate with a peaceful outcome you have a chaotic discussion with destruction behind it in one form or another. You are always aiming for the same end outcome it is just the way you do things which can be bettered.
I appreciate your passion and desire but like all forms of energy if this is not constructivly channeled it will overspill and is akin to spiritual immaturity. At the end of the day i feel all of humanity are good and peacful and humble and loving it is one mans delivery and anothers perception that creates inbalance and war.
Peace and blessings

--- On Thu, 21/5/09, Leon Maurer <> wrote:

From: Leon Maurer <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Same old story
Date: Thursday, 21 May, 2009, 3:36 AM


it isn't a question of personal dominance -- but of causing problems 
with the web sites themselves.

If you need a place to live on the internet -- why don't you get your 
own Blog (free at or com) where you can 
post all your personal videos, writings, and picture stuff (most of 
which seems to have no theosophical relevance) -- that was clogging 
up the theosophical websites' bandwidths so badly, and forcing them 
to slow down considerably. .. And, thereby causing many people to sign 
off, rather that wait for all your junk files to load. And even the 
videos were choppy and incoherent.. . So, you would be better served 
to post them on youtube and just put a link on your social network 
sites, or in emails to open forums like this one.

Your threatening remarks below are uncalled for, since you have no 
right to push people off their space, just so you can park your 
personal junk. The real "plan of Nature" is that all beings live 
together in harmony... And, the internet must follow the same rules 
of "netiquette" -- where no one steps on anyone else's space, acts 
aggressively, or clogs the system.

Personal space offered on any social website, which costs money and 
time to maintain, is free, so long as it's not misused. Some non 
profit .org sites, however, have very little costly bandwidth, and 
anyone who attempts to dominate it is hurting others -- which cannot 
be tolerated. The only alternative, if they don't mend their ways, 
is refusing them entry.

So, follow the above advice, and be prepared to treat the 
theosophical sites peacefully, and respectful of the rights of others.

On May 20, 2009, at 5/20/092:37 AM, Martin wrote:

> Sent away again, because I seem too dominant?
> Relation broken up again, banned from a theosophical website...?
> I have backup, but what is the world going to, if a simple guy like 
> me can't even have a place to live or stay?
> Maybe it's time for a little bit of Justice to all?
> Coming weeks kill a million soldiers for example?
> I always have the best wishes for everyone, and all I get is 
> rejection... .this makes me stronger everyday and also more and more 
> dangerous... .I am not threatening, just telling you the plan of 
> Nature....which I serve with my whole Being.
> Peace with you all...
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> ------------ --------- --------- ------
> Yahoo! Groups Links


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

[Back to Top]

Theosophy World: Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application