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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: RIGHT AND WRONG.
vertical line Posted on Oct.02.2008 @ 09:06PM EDT by shayne

right and wrong is circumstantial.

do not be preoccupied with absolute right and wrong.

its all relative.


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Reply from immortal 1
Oct.03.2008
08:03AM EDT 
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It may be difficult for some to embrace, but to be true to one's buddha nature is what matters.

As Decarte said, "Nothing is either good or bad except that thinking makes it so".

To be true to one's buddha nature is to be true to oneself. 

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Reply from shayne
Oct.03.2008
09:26AM EDT 
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vertical line when they deny the buddha nature they are wrong.
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Reply from IZIZIZ
Oct.03.2008
09:41AM EDT 
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If you didnt know what the buddha nature was and you just followed what you understood to be your own nature, would that be the buddha nature?

What is the buddha nature?

How do you separate the buddha nature and reality?

How do you separate those that are right or wrong from reality?

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Reply from shayne
Oct.03.2008
09:46AM EDT 
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If you didnt know what the buddha nature was and you just followed what you understood to be your own nature, would that be the buddha nature?

then you wouldnt know.

What is the buddha nature?

that which is opposite of attention.

How do you separate the buddha nature and reality?

why do you want too?

How do you separate those that are right or wrong from reality?

when they are with a crooked mind and yours is straight you will clearly see.

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Reply from shayne
Oct.03.2008
09:46AM EDT 
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the methological entity known as satan dont know the differance between right and wrong.

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Reply from shayne
Oct.03.2008
09:54AM EDT 
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vertical line mythological.
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Oct.03.2008
10:13AM EDT 
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Reply from immortal 1
Oct.04.2008
08:50AM EDT 
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Quote: "when they deny the buddha nature they are wrong."
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I did not say that anything was right or wrong. 

To deny your Buddha Nature may be your Buddha Nature.  How should I know?

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Reply from shayne
Oct.05.2008
07:37PM EDT 
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Quote: "when they deny the buddha nature they are wrong."
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I did not say that anything was right or wrong. 

To deny your Buddha Nature may be your Buddha Nature.  How should I know?

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you should know.

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Reply from shayne
Oct.05.2008
07:42PM EDT 
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vertical line Quote: "

It may be difficult for some to embrace, but to be true to one's buddha nature is what matters.

As Decarte said, "Nothing is either good or bad except that thinking makes it so".

To be true to one's buddha nature is to be true to oneself. 

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to be true to your buddha nature.

you said it.

and thats the ticket.

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