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Re: THEOS-L digest 1648

Sep 30, 1998 09:44 PM
by M K Ramadoss

Some years ago when theos-l was started by John E Mead who had the
foresight, very few saw the far reaching nature of e-mail as a
communication tool with great potential.

Glad that we are able to exchange our ideas and discuss them with no one
acting as a censor or intermediary or expert or as an authority on
theosophy or HPB or anything else. Each one of us however learned or dumb,
we are contributing to the understanding of all of us. Who needs experts?

You have hit the nail on its head when you said:

"The more enlightend I become the more open I remain."

That is the key for anyone who is really searching for Truth otherwise even
when Truth stares at you, you may not see it.

Let us keep ourself open so that when truth shows us we can see and feel
and understand it.


At 09:39 PM 9/30/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Thank you to those of you willing to share this information.  I have been
>exposed to Theosophy for about 5 years. I thoroughly enjoy reading the
>discussions, debates
>and other valuable information that is shared on THEOS-L DIGEST.
>Much of Blavatsky's work is extremely difficult to understand.  Many of you
>an excellent ability to condense your thoughts and share them with all of us.
>I enjoy
>reading your philosophy and assimilating it for myself.  "There is no
>than truth"  is what caught my attention in the first place.  I am a
seeker of
>truth as I 
>understand it.  What was true when I was in organized religion has been
>replaced with
>a greater truth. The more enlightend I become the more open I remain.  Speak
>your  truth
>and allow others to receive it or file it for later retrieval.  When the
>student is ready the teacher will come.
>Thanks again.

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