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Re: Society's debt?

May 25, 1997 03:50 PM
by kymsmith

Paul wrote:

>>As to the question of why not to charge: this is something that
>>you either "get" or you don't, it seems.  But JRC approaches
>>the key issue, which is that everything that one has received
>>for free in life obliges one to pass that on for free. Having
>>never been charged by anyone for learning Theosophy, I feel
>>morally obliged to pass on anything I have learned without

Doss added:

>Let me add my 2 cents worth. Even if I have spent years and a lot of effort
>(which can be measured by time x hourly rate) and have found or learnt
>something (especially spiritual) which I think can help even a singly human
>being, I feel it is my responsibility not to charge anything. May be I am
>foolish in this day and age when everything costs money.

Love and Compassion incarnate.

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