Re: Idealizing the Masters
Dec 16, 1999 05:27 PM
At 05:25 PM 12/16/1999 EST, SDTHEOSOPHY@aol.com wrote:
last comment--If one may not idealize, at least the Masters, who then might
one idealize ?!
One time, in a small group meeting with Krishnamurti, there were some
comments about the Masters. He commented that "you do not know what you are
So idealizing may have its serious limitation and much of them are colored
by what has been written by many many people who are looked upon by many as
"leaders" more knowledgeable about the Masters. One wonders to what extent
what has been written is really true. One may never know. Next question is
where does idealization lead to?
These comments are to be taken as constructive criticism and look at from
as from one human to another.
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