Re: Friend to All
Dec 12, 1996 08:21 PM
by Bee Brown
At 01:14 AM 12/12/96 -0500, you wrote:
>M.K. Ramadoss writes-->
>As one who feels deeply about all living beings, especially the Humanity, I
>consider *every* living being my friend.
>If anyone comes and meets me, I will meet him as my friend. Anyone is welcome
>to come to my home as my home is open to anyone.
>This approach has worked very well for me and I developed it solely due to my
>exposure to T/theosophy.
>Richard Ihle writes-->
>Thank you, M.K. Ramadoss, brother and friend.
>As I said previously, you are my kind of theosophist.
>Let us be the last two hold-outs on this issue, if we must. Let others
>carefully scrutinize one another for proper ideas and attitudes in order to
>find friends worthy of themselves. By contrast, let us be the very models of
>promiscuity in this regard: let all who apply to us get the position without
>test or tardiness. Indeed, let us affix the ~friend~ label on even those who
>don't apply, and let them try to tear it off if they can. . . .
I will have one of those labels and I won't take it off. Wouldn't it be a
boring world if we all agreed with each other all the time. I thought it was
diversity in unity.
Member Theosophy NZ, TI.
I don't have a solution but
I admire the problem.
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