Re: Mail Order Theosophy
Jun 22, 1996 11:51 AM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 08:48 AM 6/22/96 -0400, you wrote:
>True, there is no substitute for sitting down to dinner with friends. But
>consider this. People who meet on the net very often meet in real life as
>well. I just spent an entire weekend with people who started that way.
>My point is that the large organizational structures are pretty irrelevant in
>such a world. People no longer need them.
>Oh as regards "large organizational structures" and even "Governmental
Structures" people need them not. But they do need human contact! That's the
only worry I have regarding the internet, I fear that people will lose the
ability to relate to one another as people. Television has been bad enough
for the human race.
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