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January 16, 2009

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"foundation for peaceful living"

Pathetic, if you want a peaceful life, get a labotomy and take vicodin.

Buddhism is a LIBERATION ontology based in wisdom and final transcendence

"this is my LAST life, the support beam (ignorance) has been broken...no more of this, my spirit (citta) liberated"- Gotama Dhm.

Happiness is an emotion that depends on gettig something or becoming something. It also wears off soon. Once you get what you were looking for, you are happy for few hours or days and then next desire comes up. Contentment on the other hand, does not rely on getting more but being satisfied with what one has. It does not wear off and provides a strong foundation for peaceful living.

nonbodhi comments:
"There is NO Samsara for those who can burn through thick wall,....I doubt you know what I meant"

You, son, have not made it ABOVE that wall.

Buddhism teaches that the nous/spirit/citta transcends (nissarana) the 5-khandhas, not "burn thru them".

"Jhana (samadhi) is throwing the create back into the fires of the uncreate"- Patisambhidamagga.

You are not 'thru' samsara, above it, nor know the way 'out' of it, little son.

Capt. Knucklehead (and his siamese twin Oxycontin Flapjack) wrote: "I am speaking of gold, but i am not made rich by same"

Son, your gold is your desire to buy more Sig pistols and more Oxycontin to ease your pain and suffering, lol.....

There is NO Samsara for those who can burn through thick wall,....I doubt you know what I meant. Dumb redneck like yourself should just go back and worship bottle of Whiskey like dumb Westerners do, LOL.

Bodhiratna

non-bodhi comments:
"I am speaking of the Buddha reality"

I am speaking of gold, but i am not made rich by same

You are speaking of wisdom, but you are not wise. There is samsara for you

There is samsara for nearly all.

Little son of mine, do not speak of the glory of the other shore, whenst thou standeth in the filth and stench of this shore. "Wisdom is far from thou, even though ye speeketh of it with frequent vigor"

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