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Re: Theos-World Re: Vanishing Participants and Users of catÃââs paw

Jul 15, 2009 03:17 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen


Dear Brian

Dear Brian

My views are:

Maybe I misunderstand you, but please listen.

The words you threw in the below make me say this:
That is - to my best knowledge - not how a honest compassionate fellow theosophist aught to act in front of all other theosophists. We are here to be of service to each other.
Come on!

In the below, you seem to tell me and others at Theos-talk, that we are "so predictable", and despite your great knowledge you seem quite unwilling to seek to guide hundreds of Seekers After Truth along the path of the Wisdom Teachings - also named theosophy?

I wonder, what you are seeking and what you have to offer?

If you find Theos-talk - so predictable - I do not understand why you do not teach at this place instead of throwing the below words, and almost slam the door in the face of all Theos-talk.

I find my self to be flexible and a listener. You know, I am a Seeker after truth.


M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: butchie122 
  To: theos-talk@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 2:51 AM
  Subject: Theos-World Re: Vanishing Participants and Users of catÃââs paw





  I'm one of the 'vanishing transients, and I use my own name, and I have been around the TS for so long that it is probably time to reincarnate. The reason is that this forum is so predictable. Since Pedro introduced me to the site much the same subjects keep being recycled endlessly. It is so sterotyped that if one sees the name you can almost always anticipate what is to be read. Sorry, but there are more important things in life. I will keep dipping in from time to time but without much hope

  Brian Parry
  Melbourne, Australia

  --- In theos-talk@yahoogroups.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
  >
  > Vanishing Participants and Users of catÃââs paws
  > .
  > From time to time, new transient subscribers show up on this and other
  > theosophical forums. They show fairly in depth detailed knowledge about TS
  > and hence obviously they have been around the TS to develop the depth of
  > detailed information. Then after a short period, they disappear into
  > oblivion never to be seen again. I have always wondered what is going on.
  > 
  > It looks like the names used by individuals are pseudonyms or could even be
  > camoflages of well known personalities who do not have courage to stand up
  > and post messages under their own names. The problem with this pattern is
  > that while the information may be scintillating at first, soon lose their
  > value. Some times one also gets the impression from the messages that some
  > well-known personalities are using others post the messages so that if there
  > is some serious backlash, the real perpetrators will escape unscathed and
  > the catÃââs paws get the blame. From the depth of knowledge in rather specific
  > aspects of TS and the language and writing style can be pointers to the real
  > identities.
  > .
  > Contrasting the above, all one has to do is see the writings of HPB, Olcott,
  > Judge, Besant and others. What they wrote, they subscribed their names and
  > stood behind their writings. They are excellent role models for theosophists
  > to follow.
  > .
  > .
  > MKR
  > 
  > 
  > Visit www.theosophy.net
  > 
  > 
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  >



  

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