The opening article in the July edition is “Theosophy, on Alcohol and Drugs”, and it says:
“Numerous artists, political ‘leaders’ and wealthy individuals in present-day society use alcoholic drinks and drugs and intensely publicize such ‘habits’ as if they were ‘quite normal’ and perfectly harmless. It is important, then, to clarify the position of esoteric philosophy regarding these forms of human self-destruction.”
On pages 3-5 the reader finds the text “Real Teachers Humbly Obey the Law”. According to it, only blind people aim at ‘transcending’ the Eternal Law.
We then have the poem “True Culture”, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Page 6 presents “Confucianism: Moral Law is Everywhere”, and these are some of the other items in this edition:
* Seven Chapters From the Book of Tao (chapters 24-30);
* The Mystery of Being Honest;
* The Writings of an Eastern Master - 16: “No darkness can stay for ever”; and
* The poem “Courage”, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
The 16-pp. edition includes a List of the 18 New Items in the associated websites.
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