By Jerome Weidman and first published Nov 1955 in Reader’s Digest When I was a very young man, just beginning to make my way, I was invited to dine at the home of a distinguished New York philanthropist. After dinner our hostess led us to an enormous drawing room. Other guests were pouring in, and […]
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World Religions Carlos Ziade Comments on PJP’s Apologia RE The Cosmo As He Describes Conditions in the Middle East CZ  That’s exactly what we all need to grasp, FRIENDSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP as being the main principles of focus in the Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception – away from what is thought to be racist and anti-Christian. Of […]
PENNE AND PROSELYTIZING Filled with enthusiasm, newcomers to the Rosicrucian Philosophy usually seek like-minded friends from among their relatives and acquaintances, and when their efforts are met with indifference or even contempt, they may try to convert their old buddies from hetero-ray school to heretic-ray school. This never works. Heindel gave a cautionary, “Do not attempt to convince any one against […]
TEACHING BEAUTY AND RESPECT FOR NATURE TO THE CHILD Among the endless avenues of awareness, the ideals of beauty in sound, sight, nature, literature, architecture, dance, and human behavior may be imparted to the child constantly through common yet varied experiences. One may not know at the time how exposures to field trips, concerts, recordings […]
announcing ROSE CROSS A QUARTERLY ROSICRUCIAN ONLINE MAGAZINE BY Designer: Alexandre David email@example.com ROSE CROSS is a Quarterly Rosicrucian Online Magazine, created and supported by students of the Western Wisdom Teachings, dedicated to promote Rosicrucian Teachings, Spiritual Astrology and related subjects. It is related to The Rosicrucian Fellowship but not formally affiliated with it. Writers […]
Ger W’s biography, MAX HEINDEL and THE ROSICRUCIAN FELLOWSHIP, first published in Dutch in December 2003, is now serialized in English on RFFriends.org. The reader will find a clear, documented chronicle of the activities which preceded and followed Max Heindel’s designation as messenger for the Brothers of the Rose Cross. Truly an extraordinary figure, Heindel founded The Rosicrucian Fellowship […]
Open-Source Leaderless Teams? By Bob Jacobs Dear Friends, Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, once told an interviewer that at the beginning of his career with the original MS-DOS operating system, his father asked him why anyone would be willing to pay for software. With the globally widespread development and acceptance of open-source alternatives […]