Re: theos-talk Annie Besant's Birth day remembrance
Oct 02, 2011 06:15 AM
To understand what India is today compared to pre-Independence, all one
needs to do is to visit India and see for themselves. Besant was one of
those who fought for Indian Independence and was elected as President of
Indian National Congress, the first non-Indian to hold that position.
Her activities were, I think, were the result of her commitment to Universal
Brotherhood, which is the cornerstone of theosophy. As a theosophist
recently mentioned to me, this is easy to talk about but very difficult to
practice since it has to come from the heart and not from the head.
Practicing it every day in our daily life will do magic to ourself and those
with whom we interact.
On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 8:04 AM, MKR <mkr777@9INqYpBjaT7QG4xTtVJqosXRgyYoMHBaQ6YsQpZOCoVtEsLYMUN9hqW8oSdNgVDbll-tRhGNxiNjRgo.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> From: Ramanujachary
> Date: Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 7:01 AM
> Subject: Re: Annie Besant's Birth day remembrance
> To: MKR <mkr777@9INqYpBjaT7QG4xTtVJqosXRgyYoMHBaQ6YsQpZOCoVtEsLYMUN9hqW8oSdNgVDbll-tRhGNxiNjRgo.yahoo.invalid>
> All Lodges in India have a commemorative meeting for Dr Annie Besant on !st
> Oct every year. She is adored and acclaimed for all the work she did for
> renaissance of the country. She is fondly remembered as one of the Builders
> of Modern India.
> Dr N C Ramanujachary
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > Here is a news item about Annie Besant remembered on her birth day in
> > <
> > >
> > MKR
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