Featured Blog Posts – January 2015 Archive (4)

General Theosophy #129

“The difference between a theosophist and a Theosopher: the former is possibly just a person who is at least willing to consider as epistemologically valid someone else’s intuitive knowledge or wisdom resulting from personal experience of Transcendental (‘Divine’) Nature; the latter is possibly the someone else.”—General Theosophy

Added by Richard Ihle on January 15, 2015 at 5:11pm — No Comments

General Theosophy #128

“For a scientist, an intuition is often the beginning of a long exploration; for a Theosopher, often the end of an even longer one.”—General Theosophy

Added by Richard Ihle on January 15, 2015 at 12:14pm — 1 Comment

General Theosophy #127

“At least you can never lose an argument when you change the knowledge, opinions, or preferences you temporarily are back into the knowledge, opinions, or preferences you merely have.”—General Theosophy

Added by Richard Ihle on January 6, 2015 at 6:26pm — 1 Comment

General Theosophy #126

“To learn anything else, a traveler must change a familiar old road into an unfamiliar new one.”—General Theosophy

Added by Richard Ihle on January 6, 2015 at 12:03pm — 1 Comment

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