Sep 04, 1995 04:49 AM
Re the strict ethic. I realized it from watching Harry Van
Gelder work. After a few years of contact with him, I had
tested him enough to realize that I could trust him implicitly.
Not only did he understand things that were going on much
better than I did, but when he gave me some advice, it was
completely with me in mind, & putting his own self aside. Also,
just imagine what a responsibility it is just to be able to
read other people's thoughts, without taking advantage of them.
Just that one facet requires strict ethical training. The books
that brought this home to me are Annie Besant's "In the Outer
Court" and "The Path to Discipleship."
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