RE: Is the TS on Autopilot? == All gliders eventually land or crash !
Mar 11, 1999 02:58 PM
by W. Dallas TenBroeck
Mar 11th 1999
Who said that our lives would be easy ? But if we do have to
work, let us do so constructively. Can we find where and how ?
Why not look on the TS and the theosophical world as being
dynamic. We are waiting for what ? Someone to do our work for
us ? Why? Look at the 3 OBJECTS do they way "wait" or "work" ?
The T S was established so people would have an unfettered,
non-dogmatic forum for concentrated work - it offers no "pathway
to heaven " to members. It offers an opportunity to study and
work together. ABOVE ALL IT SPEAKS OF "brotherhood" AND OF THE
SEARCH FOR TRUTH. And that means we have to work for it.
If we neglect that then we "fail" in assisting the Masters in
their work of seeing that theosophy is spread about in the world.
We loose an opportunity for advancement, and the world is left
Hope this is of help.
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> Gerald Schueler
> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 1999 8:26 AM
> Subject: Theos-World Is the TS on Autopilot?
>>Is TS on autopilot with the purely mechanical job publishing
written in early days, the copyrights to all of them having
now in public domain.
I think that the TSs are in pretty much the same position as the
Christian church. The church was on auto-pilot waiting for the
Coming. The TSs await the return of HPB's next incarnation. In
cases there is the very real problem of possibly not recognizing
founder's return when, and if, it does happen. I think it quite
that Jesus and HPB could both reincarnate and not be recognized
accepted by their respective organizations.
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