Re: ULT & B. Wadia
Nov 12, 1997 08:40 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 09:56 PM 11/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>In message <346A300A.1E58@sprynet.com>, Bart Lidofsky
>>> Another interesting feature is it's lack of Constitution, By-Laws and
>>> Officers. Everything is done by individuals without backing of a group or a
>>> hierarchical position. Favored studying material appears to be anything by
>>> Crosbie, Judge or the "Key to Theosophy."
>> Who pays for the electricity? Who decides when the meetings are
>>scheduled? Who designs the advertisements, and decides where they are
>>going to be placed?
>> Bart Lidofsky
>An interesting question. Presumably, on the basis of the quote from CP,
>the individuals who want to do things. This, if true, suggests a
>curious arrangement whereby any one who is a kind of [non]member of ULT
>can do or say whatever they please, all in the name of ULT, which could
>lead to some curious results.
I used to go to a lodge in India, where no money was ever collected and no
one donated any money. When any expenditure came up, some one picked up the
tab. One time a new roof was needed and there was someone who said he will
take care of it.
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