Re: Theos-World RE: Evolution and the Nature of Atman and Buddhi
Apr 15, 2004 11:23 AM
by Erica Letzerich
>People can presume to give you answers to that to
> feed your intellect all day long.
I am two years member of this group and I have very few posts in
here and I am not expecting anybody to feed my intellect...
At the end of the day, has anything changed for you?
How aggressive!!! Do you have anything against me? Or the chats if
Leadbeater was a mithomaniac or not have ended and you have to
express your anger towards somebody else?
>It is each seeker's quest and mission and responsibility to answer
that for themselves.
This is the obvious! But to discuss and exchange doubts, questions,
and also conclusions is the purpose of a forum and very common in a
theosophical environment. Not to be concerned about the personal
lives of others.
> If you want the serious answers to life and death,
> is it as serious as life and death to you?
For me, the nature of Atma is freedom indescribable,
and that of Buddhi is the key (given by Atma) to the lock that keeps
us chained here in the lower forms.
Hope you find it.
Yeah because you already found, we can see...
Very bad to be in a forum of this level with some people that makes
personnal attacks out of the blue...
> > heh heh heh.
> > >That question may constitute one of the human
> > >tragedies because there is no answer.
> > You speak for whom beside yourself?
> > >What is the purpose of the manifestation of life in
> > >the world of form? Some theosophists are going easy
> > to
> > >give an answer, EVOLUTION!
> > >
> > >So what would be the nature of Atma and Buddhi?
> > >
> > >Erica Letzerich
> > People can presume to give you answers to that to
> > feed your intellect all
> > day long. At the end of the day, has anything
> > changed for you? It is each
> > seeker's quest and mission and responsibility to
> > answer that for themselves.
> > If you want the serious answers to life and death,
> > is it as serious as life
> > and death to you?
> > For me, the nature of Atma is freedom indescribable,
> > and that of Buddhi is
> > the key (given by Atma) to the lock that keeps us
> > chained here in the lower
> > forms. Hope you find it.
> > regards-
> > Ali
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