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January 05, 2010


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Equating this "immortal element" to immortality implies the wrong thing, I think.

The element itself is always immortal, but that doesn't necessarily mean you get the immortality after you're turned to it.

Probably semantics.

In the "Buddhist" mainstream, the only acceptable buddhists are those three blind men touching an elephant. To one its a rope, to another its a tree, to the third, well...(grins).

We live in a collapsing society going downhill faster than most can grasp. How can you expect any "real" buddhism in such a corrupted enviroment?

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