Re: [steiner] Sirius Chronicles
- I don't think that we have clarified exactly what this site should be for. It
has been an open forum for sharing on many themes and levels. I don't
particularly care for the Lutz/Starman debates, but I totally accept that
this is a place for them to discuss their issues. There have been personal
crisis explored and literary sharings. We have alerted each other to
interesting news items. There have been direct studies of Steiner's work.
I vote (it's voting day!) to keep the forum open to whatever people want to
share. If you get a post on a topic that you're not interested in, simply hit
the delete button.
- Sheila,I have absolutely not problem with the chronicles but in this type of exchange it just does not work. From my time perspective (and others have commented as well) I do not have the time to read through three to four pages of material. If someone wishes to create long essays or stories then here is a simple solution used by others: offer a brief mention of the content and then direct us to the archives. This would be a win/ win situation and one does not have to feel like they are skimming or ignoring valuable or interesting long posts. Just my preference. Others may think differently.In time is of essence,Jeff-----
- Pacbay wrote:
> Sheila,Jeff, I understand your position as well as Mathew's and Golden's.
> I have absolutely not problem with the chronicles but in this type of
> exchange it just does not work. From my time perspective (and others
> have commented as well) I do not have the time to read through three
> to four pages of material. If someone wishes to create long essays or
> stories then here is a simple solution used by others: offer a brief
> mention of the content and then direct us to the archives. This would
> be a win/ win situation and one does not have to feel like they
> are skimming or ignoring valuable or interesting long posts. Just my
> preference. Others may think differently.
> In time is of essence,
I'm on all sides since my time is limited, too. I solved this by
having cut back on the number of lists [such as the anthroposophy
list] I belong to by their quality, thereby simplifying my life as
much as possible. I'm also selfish, and am fascinated by the
spirituality of *The Serius Chronicles*. Golden came up with an
excellent idea, and since Dr. Starman owns this list as well as
there being other members, maybe we all should vote? I must vote
as Golden has.
Best to you and your's,
- In a message dated 11/5/2002 1:01:18 AM Eastern Standard Time, pacbay@... writes:
If we open any of these forums to posting popular literature and fiction sharing, we are in trouble. There are too many long posts now.
This is not a creative writing course.
******As the moderator, I don't have any problem with creative writing here. It beats uncreative writing any day.
The spiritual path for modern man is ART.
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Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: [steiner] Sirius Chronicles
What is your reasoning for such an opinion and what do you feel a
"right place for such a post" to be? Can you not understand Mr.
Morrell's spiritual realism? Any answers for us?