~ THEOSOPHY TRUST ~
MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Robert Crosbie

January 10, 1849 - June 25, 1919
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~THEOSOPHY TRUST ~
MEMORIAL LIBRARY

The Writings of Robert Crosbie

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Robert Crosbie
Letters and Talks on the Theosophical Life
The Friendly Philosopher
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Karmic Opportunities

We should know that Karma does not castigate; it simply affords the opportunity for adjustment. No one can precipitate our Karma upon us, nor would anyone wish to do so; so, what ever happens, it is well to remember that it was caused by ourselves, precipitated by ourselves, can be met by ourselves. We must, then, assure ourselves that nothing can possibly overwhelm us. It is better to assume a cheerful attitude to cultivate in one's self a feeling of confidence, and endeavor to impart it to our nearest. Our anxiety and inner fears, as well as our outward expression of them, may go a great way in depressing those who love us and whom we love.

Robert Crosbie
The Friendly Philosophy