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June 06, 2012

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Thank you. Perhaps I did not state my question clearly. I was not asking about the consequences of belief in re-existence after death (which is what I think you answered and which I respectfully have no way of verifying). My question is more practical. How would my day to day actions, my practice, my efforts, be different? In other words, could an observer tell from observing my actions whether or not I believed in re-existence after death?

Here is another question. Can I not advance on the path that leads to the immortal element which is never reborn without believing in it?

David Ashton: You would be advancing on the path that leads to the immortal element which is never reborn.

I have a question that I would sincerely like to know the answer to: "What would I do differently if I believed in re-existence after death?"

I can't think of a single thing.

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