Re: [steiner] Sirius Chronicles
- 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.
----- Original Message -----
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?