Re: THEOS-L digest 1455
Mar 11, 1998 07:51 PM
by Jaqtarin Triele
> The "relative latency" is, surely, in the eye of the beholder? It is
> not impossible to argue that the higher manas of, say, a cat, is so
> advance of our own that the apparent look of contempt that a cat will
> occasionally bestow upon a human might be based upon a superior, not
> an inferior development of one of the seven principles, even though
> others might be less developed than in the human.
Ah...I now know what TI is all about. Alan is trying to bring back
the old, Egyptian cat-worship. hmmm...
P.S. I have to agree that Alan may have a point, however, cats also
have a high degree of desire for basic things. Their stomachs often
outweigh any kind of moral decision, as is with most animals, even the
most loyal dog. I guess my question is, what is the higher manas to
everyone. Is it that which bestows upon us moral values? Or perhaps
the ability to observe moral values? I guess my question is, how does
the migher manas manifest itself within us? How do we express it?
How would the cat express it?
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