The world according to Bart
Apr 23, 1997 11:05 AM
> I generally think of the following opinions as "untheosophical":
> 1) That someone whose genetics would make them capable of producing
>fertile offspring with other humans is less than human.
Your statement is referring to most humans. Is this your intention? Most
people have genetics (egg or sperm) which makes them capable of producing
fertile offspring (children) with other humans. I was unaware that these
people were dealing with the problem of being thought of as "less than
> 2) That there is only one path to the Truth.
Perhaps, deep down, at the heart of it - there really is just one Path.
> 3) That anything that is not observable with our senses or detectable
>with our instrumentation does not exist.
Are we to declare, then, that it DOES exist? Would this be theosophical?
> 4) That anything that IS observable with our senses or detectable with
>our instrumentation does not exist.
Again, does this mean that it DOES exist? And since each of us have our own
'sense data' telling us different things - different colors, what's lovely
and what isn't, etc - does all of it exist?
Those who are colorblind say there is no color that they can observe,
despite what others insist on telling them - are they being untheosophical
in their opinion?
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