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August 07, 2013

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self-arisen moon:

This is a good example of what I mean by a different emptiness than the notion of emptiness in the Nikayas and Agamas. You could say that emptiness after the Buddha's nirvana becomes ontic, but in a completely negative sense.

If emptiness is possible,
Then all objects are possible, all levels attainable.
If emptiness is impossible,
Then everything else is (impossible)as well.

- Nagarjuna

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