Re: Question 4 "Being of the World, Not in the World"
- Thanks, I read the article a couple of times before.
--- In email@example.com, Michael Heinich <mheinich@y...>
> Marinas, your closer then me, Here is the complete
> quote from The Gnostic World View: A Brief Summary of
> "...non-conformity to the world, a "being in the
> world, but not of the world"..."
> For the complete article
> --- marinas_snake <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "mheinich"
> > <mheinich@y...> wrote:
> > > This seems to be a little silly to me after
> > reading it again since
> > I
> > > wrote it.
> > >
> > > If one is trying to attain Gnosis and become a
> > spiritual
> > (pneumatics)
> > > being, why should they care about the world or
> > their fellow
> > humans?
> > > Enviromental matters would not matter, they would
> > not care about
> > > social issues. Those are problems of the physical
> > world that is an
> > > illusion. Their sights are on the Spiritual one.
> > As I have seen
> > > quoted "Being of the world, Not in the World"
> > Isn't the quote more like "Be in the world, not of
> > the world" ?
> > Marina
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