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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: DEAR TEGRAMON-MIND'S EYE
vertical line Posted on Mar.15.2008 @ 09:13AM EDT by stephen

A breath is a moment in time. There is no past and no future. A breath is like the refresh button on your computer. It clears the past screens and you start over in your Buddha nature. Somewhere in the guts of your machine the past karma lingers but it has nothing to do with you. As you follow your breath it is a space-time continuum; it has no mass but it has a rhythm.  mu


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Mar.15.2008
09:24AM EDT 
vertical line So there you have it. Follow the breath wherever it takes what's following it. Take it or leave it.
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Mar.15.2008
09:28AM EDT 
vertical line Thinking about it, I'll leave it, cheers.
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Mar.15.2008
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vertical line Quote: "Thinking about it, I'll leave it, cheers."
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Reply from -----0
Mar.16.2008
08:03AM EDT 
vertical line Why just show the God's menu? Hell, we are all starving - let's eat!
-Hafiz
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