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  Posted on Aug.15.2009 @ 09:32AM EDT by chontri

Sakuladayi the Wanderer asked the Buddha:
-What is the past and what is the future?
The Buddha answered:
-Let the past be and forget the future. I will teach you that... continue...

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vertical line Posted on Jul.27.2008 @ 03:23AM EDT by IZIZIZ

The truth only lies in paradox.


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Jul.27.2008
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Reply from IZIZIZ
Jul.27.2008
09:07AM EDT 
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Quote: "My butt hurts. "
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You may need to get out and about a little more.

Things take time to get used to you know.

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vertical line "Butt, it's raining."
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Reply from glorymind
Jul.28.2008
06:28AM EDT 
vertical line The kabbalah is about paradox.... ?
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Reply from IZIZIZ
Jul.28.2008
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Quote: "The kabbalah is about paradox.... ?
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About.

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Reply from glorymind
Jul.28.2008
09:48AM EDT 
vertical line There's only time: defined by/manifest in the changing stratum. But even then, mereological nihilism and others suggest that consciousness is far from it.

Where's the paradox?
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