Re: Total commitment
Nov 23, 1996 04:23 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <199611221656.LAA01924@leo.vsla.edu>, "K. Paul Johnson"
>And that does feel more right than being scattered
>all over the place, ambivalent about several different paths.
>On the other hand, my head says no, you maximize your learning
>potential by immersion in many different traditions, it's
>better to be with your ambivalence than to flee from it, and
>diversity rather than one-pointedness seems to characterize the
>people who have struck me as being spiritually awakened.
Comment as requested:
Follow one path until a good enough understanding of it has been reached
to be able to make informed and intelligent comparisons (a la TS 2nd
object). *Then* maximise learning potential.
2 cents' worth.
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