Re: Karma and the Victorian Mind
Sep 25, 1997 11:02 AM
At 10:52 PM 9/24/97 -0400, you wrote:
>A. Safron wrote:
>> Bart, you ideas of what can and cannot be spoken of at your space in
>> New York City, sound awfully narrow to me. In fact, your entire
>> post smacks of an elitism that probably drives people away in droves.
> I am talking about public lectures, sponsored by the NYTS (and to which
>we attach our name). If someone wants to TALK about something in one of
>the informal members' meeting, that's their business.
> Bart Lidofsky
For a very long time, at the San Antonio Lodge we had nothing but public
meetings. In many of them, various lecturers, many of whom did not know the
official Theosophy did speak. We invited them to speak because most of them
did subscribe to the principle of brotherhood/sisterhood without out any
discrimination and were interested in the well being of the fellow human
beings. This was also the case in many of the lodges I was a member in India
for several decades. Just wanted everyone to know different lodges have
different policies in their program scheduling.
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