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60848RE: Obedience to divine laws

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  • thalprin
    Nov 20, 2013
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      Many and few are intricate terms, and though generally understood, in esoteric terms, these matters are of the utmost importance and quite a bit more complicated than may be currently understood.




      Terrie  



      ---In theos-talk@yahoogroups.com, <srivirinchi@...> wrote:

      Srimathi Radha Burnier, the late President of the Theosophical Society, in her lead article “The Challenge of Life” appearing in The Theosophist for November 2013 [perhaps her last piece of writing] says the following:

      ‘There are those who are seeking new values and, at the same time, cling to old modes of action. --- As long as the forms of action in which they indulge are those arising out of the mind which gives meaning to survival, the truth about life can never be discovered,

      ‘Man must recognize a universal force working for the good of the many and not for the good of the individual or of the few.

      ‘Life demands that the mind of man should renounce its own desires, its own impulses, instincts and reflexes, so that a power which is greater can unfold and reveal itself, not in accordance with man’s will but in obedience to divine laws and will of nature.’





      Literature is for Portrayal of Philosophic Ideas.



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