61589Re: theos-talk From the Bottom Up
- Mar 6, 2014At least we have one Internet Forum to bring up and discuss the issues. But for the foresight of two members - John E Mead and Eldon Tucker, who started theosophical maillists, two decades ago, we will be in total blackout. They have earned a lot of good Karma and our gratitude to both of them.Thanks.At least a few of us are engaged in asking questions highly relevant to the future of TS.
Let us hope our discussions here - no matter how they are viewed by others - help the theosophical cause.
K had pointed out that great achievements in Humanity are due to individuals and not masses. So let us keep doing what we think is the best for TS and theosophical movement. Most here are grateful for how theosophy has improved their lives and it is our duty to do the best we can.MKROn Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 1:53 PM, jeffndc <jeffndc@...> wrote:It seems that members fall into three camps:1 and eager to see the Society move into the 21st century with open and transparent leadership,2 apologists like Jan Nicholas Kind and the others who say we are mean and too demanding to ask questions of our "leadership" (I recall k's famous line if you are going to change why don't you change now?")3 the rest of the membership that apparently has no opinion, interst or motivation to join in a discussion.This discussion on the election has had far to few people weighing in in my opinion. If we waited patiently while the "elders" decide what's best for us behind closed doors, why have a membership at all? It could just be a cult. Oh I forgot, we actually pay money for them to treat us like this. hmmm.Jeff
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Subject: Re: theos-talk From the Bottom Up
Thanks. Let us wait and see how events shape up.
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