Re: Two general questions
Jun 05, 1996 09:19 PM
Actually, the reaction to me was surprise. Sort of "Brotherhood? You?"
Fortunately I have no fundamentalist friends, only fundamentalist enemies
(they once called me agent of the Antichrist on television) so I don't have
to worry about them.
The biggest problem I have is with one friend who is a staunch materialist
right out of the 19th century and thinks anything spiritual is a waste of
time. But as he is so set in his ways I see no point in getting into
arguments with him, especially as I have to borrow his camcorder
With my "normal" friends (and by normal standards they are pretty abnormal) I
have no trouble at all. Most of them already know about theosophy and if
they have any problem with it it's that they think it a bit old-fashioned for
them. So I spend a lot of time explaining that individual theosophists are
far more interesting than the old books.
Chuck MTI, FTSA
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