Re: How many Theosophist friends?
Dec 07, 1996 07:26 AM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <32A8D2B9.23FF@eden.com>, M K Ramadoss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Once in a while, one runs into the proverbial "bad apple" who cannot be
>trusted -- and such a "bad apple" could be one who may have been a
>member for many years, may be very well read, intelligent, and may even
>have held offices. So I tend to start off with trust and see if the
>actions increase the level of trust or decrease the level of trust -- as
>a high level of trust takes a lot of time to build and quick to destroy.
>Once destroyed, it is almost impossible to rebuild.
Which is why I shall be leaving the TS (but not theosophy).
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