Jul 17, 1997 09:58 PM
Apparently, I've missed several postings since other posts, such as the
one below, are showing up with people responding to messages I've never
seen. This is the second one I've come across. I'd like to respond to
this one, but please be aware I've not seen the original - so my answer
might end up being unrelated.
>From firstname.lastname@example.org response to Liesel's post:
> >Dear Kym,
> >They actually delete material from a post, like flaming and bickering, and
> >maligning other Theosophists ... stupidities of that sort. Any objections?
Yes, I loathe censored material. I want to hear all of what a person
wants to say - whether I disagree or not. What someone considers worthy
of deleting may, to another person, be valuable insight.
> >I don't know whether Joan, the ts-l moderator, ever refused anyone's
> >writing, because the whole thing is only 2 or 3 weeks old. If you have any
> >common decency, and a few spare brains in your head, you'll know what to
> >write and what not to. It doesn't take any more than that. But you seem to
> >be wanting to continually revolt against you don't know yourself what.
I'm sorry, Liesel, but I do know, this time for sure, what I am
revolting against - a child molester (CWL) and, most importantly, the
sheltering of this child molester. And if CWL actually slept with any
of his students (which evidence does point to) - who was not yet an
adult - then, he is, by penal and moral law, a rapist. But could he
still have been a genuine clairvoyant? Yes. Did pen geniune words of
wisdom and worth? Yes. But the more one knows, the more responsible
they are - hence, the actions of CWL and the inactions of the TS are
even more grievous.
> >rather discuss things of interest to Theosophists, and I'm hoping ts-l will
> >be a vehicle for that.
What is of interest to one Theosophist is may not be of interest to
another. I hope you do find happiness on ts-l, but I would never be
fulfilled on a list where what I could read was chosen for me.
Thank you for addressing my questions anyway.
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