Feb 06, 1997 08:53 AM
by Tom Robertson
>I cannot believe that the Masters would have any "desire" for their female >disciples but almost certainly they would "love" them.
That reminds me of a scene in the movie "Gandhi," in which he tells
either one of his female disciples or a female journalist what a
temptress she is.
>>I believe people are responsible for neither their desires nor their
>>motives, but only for which choices they make regarding them.
>Responsible to whom? Does this responsibility extend to children?
In varying degrees. An infant does not know enough to be responsible.
Adults, to unique degrees, do. It gradually develops. I consider the
development of free will to be one of the primary tasks of humanity.
>>Spirit and matter relate to each other as men and women do.
>I would say Spirit and Matter are synonymous terms,
I see spirit and matter as inseparable, but distinguishable, from each
>are the terms men and women the same?
In exactly the same way, masculine and feminine are distinguishable,
but inseparable. Pure femininity and pure masculinity exist only in
>One is only human [man or woman] on the physical plane as far as I am >aware.
I would include emotional and mental, at least, in what I would call
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