- Jun 2006
I was going to recommend a book that is still avaible from the publishing trust called Divine Therapy.
Ron,Apologies for the far-too-long post. I trust my future posts will not exhaust my readers.-Ron
There is a Hindu(?) proverb:Ezra Pound...oh dear. Yes, he met 'Abdu'l-Bahá. What did he understand? Judge for yourselves:
Said Abdul Baha: “I said ’let us speak of religion.’
“Camel driver said: I must milk my camel.
“So when he had milked his camel I said ’let us speak of religion.’
And the camel driver said: It is time to drink milk.
Will you have some?’ For politeness I tried to join him.
Have you ever tasted milk from a camel?
I was unable to drink camel’s milk. I have never been able.
So he drank all of the milk, and I said: let us speak of religion.
’I have drunk my milk. I must dance.’ said the driver.
We did not speak of religion.” Thus Abdul Baha
Third vice-gerent of the First Abdul or Whatever Baha,
the Sage, the Uniter, the founder of a religion,
in a garden at Uberton, Gubberton, or mebbe it was some
other damned suburb, but at any rate a suburban suburb
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