36651Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Jesuits and Al Qaida (was: bondarev)
- Mar 4, 2008I've read a bit of controversy about this famed article on this list. I haven't read the whole thing myself though. [Brother] Tom seemed to have her an a pedestal when he mentioned her - do whatever you want - simplistic spin that came out of her first reading of the POF. I've never heard of this woman before and I wonder what kind of legacy she has left so far. There are alot of good writers out there; I suppose Peter Staudenmaier is on of them. Brother Tom as well. What are the deep down motives for what they write? I ask this because I started writing a book recently and I'm asking myself this question every day. Perhaps the title to the book "Thinking with the power of Love" lends itself to more self scrutiny but still it has me questioning any form of frozen concepts place into cryogenic word freeze.
After reviewing some of [Brother] Toms recent writings on this list, the old Goethe quote popped into my head: "thinking about thinking would drive one mad".
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