Sep 19, 1995 02:18 PM
by Lewis Lucas
> ... I, for one, do not
> see any difference in the act of killing by abortion, the act of killing by
> murder, and the act of killing by war. I do, however, think there may be
> some differences in the moral position of the warrior, the murderer, and the
> abortionist. Does theosophy speak to this difference?
Lewis: One idea I have picked up from theosophy which might apply to
this topic is "motive is everything to us" written in one of the
Mahatma letters and discussed in other places as well, I think.
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