Dec 27, 1996 01:29 AM
by Murray Stentiford
>>>>The final, official definition of Theosophy is "the dogmatic
>>>>creed that says that a spirit of brotherhood is the ideal."
>>I have rarely seen such a profound demonstration of "the voice of the
>>silence." To show her complete acquiescence in my final definition of
>>"Theosophy" simply by not saying anything is a stroke of genius on Kym's
>Your shot over my bow has not gone unnoticed; along with your admittedly
>artful catch of my technical erratum - you were also clever enough to do
>it where it would appear on a day when retribution is supposed to be at
>its ebb. I'm impressed.
>However, being the refined and gentle woman I am, I must warn you that
>when these 'goodwill toward MEN' days have passed - I plan on morphing
>back into the decorum of Scorpio. And I am sure you will again venture
>into hazardous territory. So I can only say. . .be afraid, be very afraid.
>Yet, somehow, Tom R., I still wish you a Merry Christmas - imagine that.
I love it. I won't say another word.
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