AMONG many ideas brought forward through the theosophical movement there are three which should never be lost sight of. Not speech, but thought, really rules the world; so, if these three ideas are good let them be rescued again and again from oblivion.
The first idea is, that there is a great Cause - in the sense of an
enterprise - called the Cause of Sublime Perfection and Human Brotherhood. This
rests upon the essential unity of the whole human family, and is a possibility
because sublimity in perfectness and actual realization of brotherhood on every
plane of being are one and the same thing. All efforts by Rosicrucian, Mystic,
Mason and Initiate are efforts toward the convocation in the hearts and minds
of men of the Order of Sublime Perfection.
Let us not forget these three great ideas.
WILLIAM Q. JUDGE