The opening text in our July edition is “If You See an Injustice, Don’t Blame the Victim”, and it says:
“In many a situation injustice is systemic and justice seems powerless. Anti-Semitism is often an example of this. There are others. Individual injustices are frequent in numerous social groups. Persecution for political or ethnical reasons is common.”
Pages three to six bring the article “Happiness in Eastern Wisdom: Commentaries to a Chapter of the Dhammapada”. Then we have “Thoughts Along the Road”.
These are other topics in the July edition:
* The Theosophy of Romanticism;
* The Writings of an Eastern Master – 28, or the need to be loyal and just, if one seeks for universal wisdom;
* The Source of Progress; and
* Yoga and Thoughtfulness.
With 15 pages, the July Aquarian includes the List of New Items at the associated websites.
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