“As the eyes are the windows of the soul, so are the ears its gateways or doors.”

HPB

A self-empowered Individual is Self-determining, but until the Individual raises himself by himself he will be unable to choose wisely between virtue and vice. In fact, so secure the balance of the Individual must be, that no misfortune must shake or wobble his stable cente-core. But such strength comes only as a result of a degree of ‘resistance training’ lubricated by the tears of life. When Sanātana Dharma becomes engraved on the heart and life of the Individual, unmistakably then these Laws become not only interesting facts, but they compel the Observer to grasp and experience them in all aspects of life.

Our lived experience supply us with reference points, from which reason is built, and action justified. These relativities in return support all of life experienced by the Individual. As a 40 year old white Afrikaans South African, my path in pursuit of light necessitated that the relativity of Apartheid, its effects and my participation therein, be observed and reflected upon. The observations that followed the authentic self-inquiry relative to my childhood, my culture and the role of propaganda by both state and church, resulted in the writings justly named – Confessions of a Racist.

“Before the ear can hear, it must have lost its sensitiveness.”

HPB
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