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What is Embrace, Compare, Explore?

Confusing for the time being the Three Objects of the Society with what Theosophy is, we can more or less sum up today's living theosophical concepts.

First, "To form a nucleus of the universal COMMUNITY ( in today's language, brotherhood excludes 52% of the world's population, and actually repels about 10% of us.) of Humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color." That would be EMBRACE. Embrace the community you…


Added by Susan Thomas on August 22, 2010 at 10:40am — No Comments

This Atheism Article Rings True for Me

From: Religion Dispatch, June 27, 2009

Purpose Driven Atheism: Secular Maharishis Seeking True Believers

By Frank Schaeffer

June 23, 2009

Do Richard Dawkins, Bill Maher, and other true believers really offer a different path, or are their methods and manner merely a mirror image of the fundamentalism they so despise? We are spiritual animals and must learn to live with the complexities and paradoxes of religion—and of the natural world as well.

Just another… Continue

Added by Susan Thomas on June 28, 2009 at 12:00am — 5 Comments

Theosophy Today-Daily Life

Hoping that all members will be able to get away from the in-the-brain theosophy to a point of sharing what we do in the real world that has theosophical meaning. Some theosophists forget to go out in the real world and be theosophy. I hope that people will share here theosophy in their lives. From dealing with the fundamentalists on the doorstep, to standing in line at the grocery store, we create a nucleus of universal brotherhood either consciously or unconsciously. I hope that we can use… Continue

Added by Susan Thomas on March 22, 2009 at 12:00pm — 21 Comments

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