However Limited the Line of Good Deeds, the Latter Will Be Theosophy

“However insignificant, and however limited the line of good deeds, the latter will have always more weight than empty and vainglorious talk, and will be theosophy whereas theories without any practical realisation are at best philosophy. Theosophy is an all-embracing Science; many are the ways leading to it, as numerous in fact as its definitions, which began by the sublime, during the day of Ammonius Saccas, and ended by the ridiculous — in Webster’s Dictionary.” (Helena Blavatsky. The Original Programme of the Theosophical Society, p. 44; emphasis added)