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Re: theos-talk Documentary on Annie Besant

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  • MKR
    I was very glad to see my gmail program displays the videos at the bottom of the msg and all I have to do is to click on them. Everything is made easy to
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      I was very glad to see my gmail program displays the videos at the bottom
      of the msg and all I have to do is to click on them. Everything is made
      easy to access.

      On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 8:46 AM, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:

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      > Contributions of Annie Besant to Theosophy and service to Humanity is very
      > well known. She gave prime of her life and her charismatic personality
      > brought many volunteers into theosophy. In hind sight, today, one may
      > engage in arm chair criticism of her, the fact remains that her sacrifices
      > were enormous considering what many of us have sacrificed.
      >
      > I ran into three documentaries on her on youtube. The links are:
      >
      > <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVe3iaf8RYA>
      > <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKszSgT1Fqs>
      > <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EY5bQeCjsXo>
      >
      > Today we can broadcast videos with very little effort and almost no cost.
      > Classic example was how quickly the Science and Theosophy lecture by Prof
      > Menon was uploaded to youtube so that all of us around the world can watch
      > it. This can be followed by all lectures in major events and it is upto us
      > to take advantage of. Old business models of distribution is now replaced
      > by online availability at no cost. TS, once in the forefront of many social
      > issues, can take full advantage of today’s Internet environment. Why it is
      > not done, is a $64,000 question. All we can do is to speculate. Could it be
      > that Dugpas holding back???
      >
      > MKR
      >
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