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Autobiography, 126:and. work in a sardine cannery. I remember the time of crisis when I came to this decision. It wasAutobiography, 127:statement proved that God was not conditioned by time. I discovered next that the cross was not aAutobiography, 128:I just trotted home to get supper. Yet, all the time, I had been heard but didn't know it. All theAutobiography, 128:I had been heard but didn't know it. All the time plans were being laid for my release, but I wasAutobiography, 129:little I won them, so that I really had a good time. I never lacked for fish to pack. A cleanAutobiography, 130:would be no waste effort and in three weeks' time I was the show packer in the factory. I handledAutobiography, 131:gets dirty." He turned on his heel before I had time to thank him and never spoke to me again, butAutobiography, 131:of her story was that she was having an awful time; everybody was gossiping about her; she did notAutobiography, 132:cancelled the divorce proceedings at that time, as there was a strong feeling against women gettingAutobiography, 132:taking care of the three little girls to have time to wonder about my soul. [133] Autobiography, 133:into an entirely new cycle, and, for the first time, discovering that I had a mind which I began toAutobiography, 133:was whilst I was passing through the difficult time in which I worked as a factory hand that IAutobiography, 133:English women living in Pacific Grove at that time who were of the same social background in [134]Autobiography, 134:too busy living and being a mother to have had time to read the current books on evolution. I amAutobiography, 134:helps anybody. I registered a resolve at that time that if I ever found myself lecturing I wouldAutobiography, 135:afternoon I would be back home. If it was winter time, I would play with the children indoors orAutobiography, 135:indoors or read to them. If it was summer time, I would take them down to the beach. By 7 o'clockAutobiography, 135:so much I wanted to know and I had to find the time [136] for all these things and yet not neglectAutobiography, 136:'teens I would give them and the house all my time. When they got into their 'teens and were ableAutobiography, 136:twenty complete years, I was from that time on going to put my public work first and them last. IAutobiography, 137:to each other and quarreling all the time. They were both of them personal pupils of H. P.Autobiography, 138:of doing. I liked the book and, at the same time, I disliked it cordially. I thought it was veryAutobiography, 139:pinnacle of dissatisfaction. I was sure at that time of only two things; the fact of Christ andAutobiography, 140:across and which pulled me up short for a long time was the dual belief in the law of rebirth andAutobiography, 142:the Bible in one way (probably suitable for his time and age) that it should be acceptable now in aAutobiography, 142:that it should be acceptable now in a different time and age, under a different civilization andAutobiography, 144:major industry, but the town remained at that time quite simple. The main streets were all linedAutobiography, 148:legs in deep saucers because of insects. At that time in India, we always slept with a lamp alightAutobiography, 149:deposited in that safe each night. It was the time of the year in which members of the hill tribesAutobiography, 149:case I would not have been frightened. For the time being, after that, my bearer, old Bugaloo,Autobiography, 149:eighteen people, stopping in the house at the time and by mistake (as his room was next to mine)Autobiography, 150:his candle as he came up and [150] at the same time had blown open my door. He hoped to find hisAutobiography, 150:to enhance world terror. It will take us a long time to eradicate fear, but we are making one stepAutobiography, 151:acceptance of what is, and not spend so much time wrestling with themselves over their individualAutobiography, 152:health when the fate of humanity [152] at this time seems to indicate something different? IAutobiography, 152:and lead eventually to disillusionment. The time will come when we shall be liberated from all theAutobiography, 152:am very grateful. After I had been there a short time I was asked to run the cafeteria and -Autobiography, 154:out in my own consciousness in due course of time but not rapidly. Autobiography, 155:this year, 1918, that I discovered for the first time who it was that had come to see me inAutobiography, 155:and was attending their meetings. The first time that I went into the Shrine Room I saw theAutobiography, 155:yourself to be a disciple?" For the first time in my life I was up against the competitiveAutobiography, 155:with the Hierarchy has to learn. During all this time the children were growing and learning andAutobiography, 157:we entered upon a most difficult and distressing time. Our affection and personal loyalties wereAutobiography, 157:in Adyar (the international center), was at that time reactionary and old-fashioned whereas the newAutobiography, 158:Poutz, who was the secretary of the E.S. at that time., made the astounding statement that no oneAutobiography, 158:in me, although I did not speak of it at that time except to Foster Bailey. I knew I was a discipleAutobiography, 159:soon be under very serious attack. About that time Mrs. Besant sent B.P.Wadia over to the States toAutobiography, 159:and it distressed me exceedingly. The trouble in time spread to the whole Section and members keptAutobiography, 160:in since the divorce. Foster had nothing at this time. He had relinquished his legal practice atAutobiography, 160:He had relinquished his legal practice at the time of the war though he had intended resuming it.Autobiography, 160:with a temperature of 106 degrees, though at the time we did not know what it was. She is basicallyAutobiography, 162:[162] currents (which everybody is doing all the time) or straight fraud; or on the other hand,Autobiography, 163:directly to me then said that he would give me time for consideration; that he would not take myAutobiography, 163:then and that he would come back in three weeks' time exactly, to find out what I intended to do. Autobiography, 163:of weeks, at least, see what I could do. By this time I was getting curious but not in the leastAutobiography, 164:new in it, and it frequently deteriorates as time goes on. Many a time, the subject's negativityAutobiography, 164:frequently deteriorates as time goes on. Many a time, the subject's negativity permits the entranceAutobiography, 165:in New York if he took the proper steps and the time was ripe. He felt he would like to tell theAutobiography, 165:to my amusement, that I was having too tough a time and that They had better do something about it.Autobiography, 166:the spring of 1920 I entered into a very happy time of collaboration with Him, while working as aAutobiography, 168:preserve my [168] own mental integrity all the time and I can always argue with Him if it seems toAutobiography, 169:to see that I do not make mistakes. At the time of the second phase of the World War, which startedAutobiography, 169:against Me." The Tibetan in His writings at that time took a firm and unshakable stand, and todayAutobiography, 169:His position has been justified. All this time the situation at Krotona was getting more acute.Autobiography, 169:brotherhood. We collaborated because at this time Wadia seemed sound and sincere and to have theAutobiography, 170:within the various national sections but, at the time that Foster Bailey and I came into the work,Autobiography, 173:one group, and the other group, at that time, was led by Foster Bailey and B.P.Wadia. This was theAutobiography, 174:as soon as he got into power. Thus ended our time at Krotona and our very real effort to be ofAutobiography, 175:Bailey, socialite, mother and church worker; my time has been my own; nobody has known anythingAutobiography, 175:now to men and women who can give more thought, time and consideration to the answering of myAutobiography, 177:just a little too raw. This was a most difficult time. We were not married and Foster was living inAutobiography, 178:I write no one would have believed that the time would come when the teaching that I was justAutobiography, 179:as a teacher of meditation I have at the same time never relinquished my habit of prayer. I believeAutobiography, 179:is the synthesis of the two. Anyway, in this time of material need I - again as usual - stuck toAutobiography, 180:care of the children. Living with me at that time was Augusta Craig, commonly called "Craigie" byAutobiography, 180:she was. She was always very good for me. The time came at the end of 1920 when Foster wrote to meAutobiography, 181:to settle down in the new home. It was the first time the children had ever been East. They hadAutobiography, 181:of all of us to many changes. For the first time there was not only the intense pressure of theAutobiography, 184:seem to like me. They all had a far more normal time in their upbringing than I ever had, left as IAutobiography, 188:therefore, was really a very broad one. All this time Foster was acting as secretary to theAutobiography, 188:free of some of my housework. Foster at this time organized the Committee of 1400 - a committeeAutobiography, 188:was a fight of principles and Foster spent much time organizing the fight. [189] B.P.Wadia returnedAutobiography, 190:and I have been at liberty to use them at any time and have used them. When he died many years agoAutobiography, 192:at the keyhole of Shamballa." It will be a long time before I have earned that right "to enter intoAutobiography, 192:copies of these letters as we wrote them. By the time we returned to New York in September 1922 itAutobiography, 193:and three books on occult subjects. Since that time over 30,000 people have passed through theAutobiography, 195:and noble and necessary work. It was for a long time the cause of great bewilderment to me why theAutobiography, 195:each other. I puzzled over this for a long time and then in Paris in the early 1930s I asked Mr.Autobiography, 198:that has come down to us from the very night of time. We started a school which had a definiteAutobiography, 198:occult school and it is being done all the time, but we wanted nothing of that kind. Little byAutobiography, 198:students and I feel free to drop a student any time if he is not profiting by what we do. We haveAutobiography, 199:it. There was one woman in New York at that time who charged $500 for a half hour appointment andAutobiography, 199:most definitely into my consciousness at this time. I discovered that people were perfectly willingAutobiography, 202:is based on fear, ignorance and reticence. The time must come when educators and parents talk outAutobiography, 202:directly with the young people, and I see that time most rapidly approaching. The young people areAutobiography, 203:it was not only people, people, people all the time in my office but it was boy, boy, boy all theAutobiography, 203:in my office but it was boy, boy, boy all the time in my home and it was there I learned toAutobiography, 203:and trust the younger generation. About this time we moved from Ridgefield Park to Stamford, Conn.Autobiography, 203:school. The population of Stamford at that time was largely foreign and three beautiful blond girlsAutobiography, 205:position or of no position, and I believe a good time was had by all. We served cake and punch, tea
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