Jan 23, 2014

The Aquarian Theosophist, January 2014

Dear Reader,


The opening sentence of the January edition is from the Dhammapada and says:   

Even a good man, mayhap, suffers evil so long as his good deeds do not ripen; but when his good deeds ripen, then he perceives the good accruing to him.” 

Patience and perseverance are therefore essential in the life of a truth-seeker. Among the topics included in this edition the reader will find:

* Radha Burnier Closes the Succession of Outer Heads in the ES (Adyar Esoteric School Is Now on a Limbo);

* On the Ethics of Creativity (fragment of a book by the Russian philosopher Nicolas Berdyaev);

* The Future is Plastic (theosophy, democracy and creativity);

* The Art of Loving, by Erich Fromm (a new online edition, in PDF);

* There’s Always Something to Improve (vigilance and effectiveness along the Path);

* Learning in Direct Action (the metaphysics of altruistic service);
* The Unknown Corners of Life (an article by the Indian theosophist N. C. Ramanujachary); and

* The Light of Stars (the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).

The 23 pp. edition includes the List of New Texts in www.TheosophyOnline.com and its associated websites.

Best regards,

The Editors

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