Open-mindedness is self righeous?
Jul 30, 1997 08:48 AM
by JOSEPH PRICE
Could it be we've given in to self-righteousness in being so open-minded?
Keith: I think I know what you mean, but isn't it usually the other way
Those that want an investigation, and inquisition, punishment are the self-
righeous ones. May be I am a little naive, pretentious, and self satisfied in
that I think I can forgive and forget, but I think self-rightousness is what
is keeping us, I mean the splintered, growing ever smaller, factions of the
theosphy movement apart.
I think it goes back to the idea that we have a rebel psychology, even if
hidden under the ample and prudish skirts of the TSA. In other words, we want
to go against the general culture and old time religions because we feel
justified, a little bettter than the bumkin Christians ...
I lifted my skirts a litttle.... it's your turn Kym .... no rumpled sheets
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