Sep 01, 1997 05:10 AM
At 06:23 PM 8/31/97 -0400, libidia wrote:
>Doss, you said:
>> No need to carry anything. Computer Keyboard and theos-l is all that is
>> Keyboard is mightier than sword!
>Finally, I agree. I have not been to bed in two days, finally, finding
>time and peace to explore the Internet. First thing I did was go to
>Alan's page then to Spiritweb. Of course I found all the stuff on
>theosophy and lots on Druids. Peter was thrilled to copy your book Alan
>and asked me why there were so many spellings of the word Kaballah.
>Turns out he was upstairs reading about it at exactly the time I was
>downloading your book! He will not ask you himself??!! All of this lead
>to having dinner with him, the first time we have spent time together in
>many months, and I invited him to talk and I would just listen. Usually
>he refuses to communicate, but he talked about theosophy with an
>animation I had not seen in him in many years.
Your msg made my day. There is always with a sense of joy when I see
anything that makes anyone happier. Many of us get animated when we discuss
about theosophy and related matters -- which is simply because they relate
to something which is in the core of our being. I hope what has started will
improve and make you both improve communications.
Very often he would
>say,"do you know what I mean by that?". Guess what guys, I did, and
>enough to be able to discuss the different "factions" within Theosophy.
>We took a break when we started to argue about hierarchical structure.
>I am struggling still with a great sadness that I think my husband may
>have found his path and it does not include me in the traditional sense
>as I have had my time, but then I remembered we started this
>relationship sitting on the roof of a friends house one particularly
>clear star filled night and shared our dreams of determination to follow
>a path of truth, although at that time we had no idea what truth meant
>and what a struggle it could be. And right at the moment I was thinking
>of these things, he shouted down to me to turn on the TV because
>Princess Di was dead.
Each one of us have to find our own way and what is right for one may or
may not be right for the other. The fact that he was responding to the news
of Di's death seems to indicate he is ok. I also accidentally turned on TV
and caught the story from the start.
>I have been dealing with that tragic event since then and am at peace
>with the change in me in just a few months. After the shock and sense
>of loss, I felt it in my "heart" and could join that feeling with my
>"head" that the body in that box covered with the royal standard we saw
>being taken "home" was just a shell. the spirit that was Di has passed
>on to the true home in the ultimate joy of the process of "life". I am
>not a royalist but I recognized Di along time ago as a relatively pure
>spirit dealing with the hyprocracy of thousands of years in her
>particular arena. Kinds of ties in with your comments Jaqi. The few
>glimpses of the 15 year old William were not enough to get a sense of
>whether that tall beauty of a body she bequeathed has the strength to
>seek the Grail and hence influence a new generation.
>Today, Peter is putting together the Sept issue of the TO Theosphy Group
>newsletter and starting the arrangements he has volunteered for some
>long-named visiting speaker and, finally, he goes in peace with my
>love. Every so often though I hope to remind him that we "masses" are
>on our own path and have a place too!
>Thanks guys. Annette.
The above gives me an idea. Many Lodges and Centers produce newsletters.
If any of them would be willing, then I can arrange to scan them and post
them as and when the newsletters come out. This would provide additional
material for us to discuss and may benefit from them. Any ideas from anyone?
Peace and harmony and happiness to all.
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