Re: theos-talk Anyone here studying the work of Vitvan?
May 26, 2011 08:00 AM
Real quick let me apologize if my judgment was quick and mis-guided. Thanks
for sharing and hope you dont take any offense.
On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 3:14 AM, Diwata Dimatinag <ddimatinag5@qQlPdvLAkFHxA2tXWgxW4A3RPIMweZE7x-6WZ-Q8i375Ml2to_jg8srLczd-5GHntcZrhmNdPPJViBtjvA.yahoo.invalid>wrote:
> > Thanks. I am a very strong believer that all good things in life are
> > On 'spiritual' matters if anyone wants money, my response is run, run,
> > run.....
> Oh well. Sad to say, in the real world, people need some money to keep even
> a 'spiritual' group going. You also have to experience the teachings before
> 'running away' from it. And, on the contrary, from personal experience, it
> appears that nothing is free, not even acquiring spiritual knowledge.
> For the record, I'm not marketing any of the SNO (School of Natural Order)
> stuff they have there. I come from a poor country and I have to sacrifice
> meals to buy 'spiritual' books not presently as available as the 'free' pdf.
> I'm after people who can see value in the teachings of Vitvan. It is not
> apart from Theosophy. In fact, I'd say that it is Theosophy recast into
> modern English -- and, let me not forget to mention, it's practical
> Theosophy to a large extent.
> For some reason, I feel that it has a great message for all of us. I could
> not let it sink into oblivion, so I thought I could find more interested
> people in Theosophical circles than in occult ones.
> So, anyway, for those who are free from quick judgment, please look into
> his work.
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