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Aug 23, 1997 09:52 AM
by Titus Roth
firstname.lastname@example.org quoted: >> There was no limit to her kindness and generosity, but I regret to say that >> in my opinion her generosity was a great factor in the degeneration of >> T.S. Until then, those who worked for the Society were inspired by a spirit >> of self-sacrifice -- they worked for love -- but with the advent of Miss >> Dodge's fortune a new spirit crept in." > I am sure there will be those who will argue how money is all important and > so on. They are entitled to their opinion. YMDMV .........mkr Good points. If we concentrate on our spiritual work, I think we're karmically given about the amount of money that is beneficial for us. If a legitimate need arises for more, God can provide it. If He/She doesn't, chances are that our envisioned need is not really essential. I've heard a number of stories of people who win the lotteries, and end up very unhappy or, incredibly, in deep debt because they spend more than they get. Obviously their priorities were not right. Others with right attitudes have earned money from past lives and it doesn't spoil them. James J. Lynn, Yogananda's disciple was an example of the latter.