Re: Battle between paper and cyber version
Aug 06, 1997 05:12 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 03:44 PM 8/6/97 -0400, A. Safron wrote:
>> From: email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: Battle between paper and cyber version
>> Date: Tuesday, August 05, 1997 10:32 PM
>> You have not lost nothing by not joining Co-Masonry.:-)
>As others have said, that if I were to have been there, I would have been
>However, I know there are others that have gained a great deal from the
>and having done so, encouraged me to join. Sometimes one group may
>be for one person and not for the other. The Co-Masons are basically
>7th Ray, while the LCC is 2nd and 6th Ray. Those with those predominant
>rays in their charts would naturally be attracted to those organizations.
>We all can't be everywhere and if we try, we spread ourselves so thin,
>we are worthless.
I agree that there are those who are very comfortable with hierarchical
structure along with the inducement that in due course of time they can
progress step by step and also everyone else knows their progress. And again
, many like the attractive regalia -- more colorful better it is. Different
strokes for different people.
As for LCC, somehow in India it never took any roots except for a solitary
lodge in Adyar. Even there, when I once attended a service several years
ago, the attendance was very poor. I guess in the Indian Environment a
Church is a very tough sell.
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