Re: Paul's House of Cards
Dec 24, 1996 00:58 AM
by John Straughn
m.k. ramadoss writes:
> HPB was a remarkable and very practical person. She is the last person
>to have expected anything that easy - given from outside. As for her
>practicality, there was this incident. Once AB asked HPB how to
>concentrate. AB's expectation was that she will be told to concentrate on
>the picture of one of the Adepts. Guess what was HPB's answer. She threw
>a matchbox onthe table and asked AB to concentrate on it.
This reminds me of a really funny joke by Steven Wright. It goes something
"A few years ago I was reading some books on telekinesis and I decided to try
it at home. I got in a comfortable position on my couch, and commenced
concentrating on my throw rug. I sat there for three days. The rug didn't
move an inch. When I looked up, my house was gone."
Other than the above, I can't really think of anything intelligent to say on
the subject. I'm far too tired. G'night.
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