Re: One Final Thought
Oct 17, 1996 08:25 AM
by Martin Leiderman
Dear brother MK Ramadoss, and others
Please do not be so hard in the TSA.
I work in a billion $$$ corporation that is just starting to get into the
internet even though some of us are in there enjoying the benefits of
research and sharing of information.
But the 96 Summer School and Annual Convention at Olcott, John Algeo
devoted plenty time to the roll of the TSA and the internet. Ruben
scheduled tours to the server and explain and let people surf the internet
as well as some education. Last year we had Don given a presentation during
the Summer School. And during his talk at Krotona he mentioned the future
of TSA in the Internet.
The internet is always in his mind, the question, I think is always money,
So, maybe a bit slow in our standards, but for the average member and user
maybe just ok the pace.
I think our energies should be devoted to enrich the electronic archives
with articles, scanning old books, lectures pamphlets, pictures, etc., so
when they are ready to do it in big scale they have it in storage.
We must at all times be constructive in our thinking, not complaining but
working ceaselessly for the cause of Universal Fraternity, and even if we
want to complain should come out with more work. After all who is going to
do the work if is not us, who has some awareness?
Lastly the TSA is not important, I am a THEOSOPHIST even if the TSA ceases
to exist, which means I do not need an organization to be a Theosophist.
Therefore I do not expect the TSA to solve my problems and expectation, but
I see myself as a resource to them any way they want me, even if they do
not want me, I have plenty work to do as a theosophist in my community
-giving lectures, classes, forming study groups in neibourhood where there
is no theosophy, and so on. Please let me know if any one in this list does
not know how and what to be a Theosophist in a community a have plenty
ideas, and can even travel to their Lodge or Study Group to give some
There is plenty to do, but let everybody be themselves in their our pace.
Martin Leiderman at your service in Los Angeles
Peace and Harmony to all
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