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September 16, 2018

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David B.:

Still trapped in Yama’s cauldron even after all those clever words? What a pity!

Here’s some friendly advice: find a way to feel without feeling.

But if you try to reason with that bastard, you will surely burn to a crisp.

"If suffering were ultimately real how could it be ended through dhyana?"

If the oven is really hot, how can I cool off by exiting the oven?

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/conferences/orlando_2004_national_conference/aseity-of-god/?

adasatala: very beautifully written. i imagined it, it resonated. close encounter. thank you for sharing such intimacy.

david b.: i think that it is not that matter is not real, per se, rather it is that matter is conditional- dependent upon the unconditioned spiritual. therefore it is not primary but secondary- caused/temporary.

yeti; excellent question.

David B.:

If suffering were ultimately real how could it be ended through dhyana?

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