Re: Confrontations and mistrust
Jul 02, 1996 10:08 AM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 12:05 PM 7/2/96 -0400, you wrote:
>the bottomless pit of Theosophical conflict? But if theos-l is
>a microcosm, then perhaps sending some healing energy into this
>particular vortex of pathology can reverberate outside it? And
>how would we go about doing that?
>Well one could start by agreeing to be honest and open and not interested
primarily in "scoring points"! Another thing that could be done is the
avoidance of using "loaded" words like "Pathology" to describe a situation
in which pathology plays no part at all. There's politics involved on this
list, that's for sure, and there are some extremely strong disagreements as
to the nature of theosophy/Theosophy, but "Pathology"? Paul what you seem to
be saying is that anyone who doesn't share your views is "crazy" because
that's what "pathology" refers to.
You apparently have only one criterion in seperating the "good' from the
"bad" and that is how one reacted to your book. You have apparently never
forgiven me for liking your book but with "reservations". I can live with that.
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