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Death can be seen as a positive experience, if it is not thought of as an ending. A concept of immortality seems to be the solution to what otherwise creates a sense of despair. By immortality is meant an essential element of waking consciousness that survives death — it may experience many changes, but there is still continuity of consciousness.  This Brochure has been produced by the New Zealand Section.

A talk given by N. Sri Ram, former International President of the Theosophical Society.  The talk was given in Auckland, New Zealand.

Listen to the talk:  Theosophy - What it Really Is

One of the few recording of CW Leadbeater.  

Listen to the recording:  To Those Who Mourn

 

CHRISTINA ROSSETTI's well-known lines:

Does the road wind up-hill all the way?

Yes, to the very end.

Does the journey take the whole long day?

From morn to night, my friend.

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