Sören Groth wrote:
>-- In anthroposophy@y..., "Br. Ron" <rlloyd@d...> wrote:
> From: "Sören Groth" <sgroth@b...>
> I don't think we actually have a big disagreement....
> To me leadership is a mandate for a certain task which of course has
> it's role to play - and I'm not equalizing it into that whoever can be
> given that mandate, of course in an ideal world every mandate was
> given to the most suitable person.
>Who gives this mandate to him? Is a leader always 'chosen' by
>his or her constituency? Not really. This is the Democratic ideal to
>be sure, but as Plato said, "Democracy is the last stage before
Dear Br. Ron....
A little image to give a slight hint at the dynamic aspects of
hierarchy as the one above the beneath...
The traditional hierarchy is to me like a pyramid... the king in the
top, through law dictates to the common in the bottom (yogic
principle).... but at the same time we have another pyramid, where the
individual through embracement agrees with the top (which is like the
bottom of the top) (tantric priniple), both the top above and the top
beneath is individual destiny .... time is indicated through the
eternity of the lemiscat ... and the cosmic genius by the free white
field in the center.... just a image our litttle exchange inspired...
Economism and militarism is terrorising our planet ...
reply with the making of a free manifold culture, solidarity in production and equal rights for everyone